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    hello everyone, I've done maths and further maths alevels and im having trouble with the cash-in
    ive done C12, C34, FP1, FP2, FP3 ,M1, S1 ,M2, S2, and D1
    so my question is can I cash them in like this?
    maths: C12 , C34, D1, M2
    further maths: FP1, FP2, FP3, M1, S1,S2.
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    hello everyone, I've done maths and further maths alevels and im having trouble with the cash-in
    ive done C12, C34, FP1, FP2, FP3 ,M1, S1 ,M2, S2, and D1
    so my question is can I cash them in like this?
    maths: C12 , C34, D1, M2
    further maths: FP1, FP2, FP3, M1, S1,S2.
    No you can't. D1 with M2 is not an allowable combination for maths.
    You don't get to choose how it's cashed in, if your entries and cashin is done correctly, the examiner will combine your unit results to generate the best possible allowable combination to maximise your grade.


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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    No you can't. D1 with M2 is not an allowable combination for maths.
    You don't get to choose how it's cashed in, if your entries and cashin is done correctly, the examiner will combine your unit results to generate the best possible allowable combination to maximise your grade.


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    Alright, thank you so much
 
 
 
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