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1. Hey All,

self teaching mathematics but need help with the modules to pick.

so for maths i have: C1-4 and then S1,S2

and now Further maths gets confusing.

Further Maths: FP1-3 and S3,S4 and either D1, M1

My question is can I do S3 and S4 at FM?

Ideally i would prefer to do FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1. Again is that possible?

Thanks

Ramie
2. (Original post by ramie)
Hey All,

self teaching mathematics but need help with the modules to pick.

so for maths i have: C1-4 and then S1,S2

and now Further maths gets confusing.

Further Maths: FP1-3 and S3,S4 and either D1, M1

My question is can I do S3 and S4 at FM?

Ideally i would prefer to do FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1. Again is that possible?

Thanks

Ramie
Both is possible.
3. (Original post by FamilyFirst)
Both is possible.
Perfect.

So, FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1

Another quick question is FP3 hard? should I attempt it or play it safe?
4. (Original post by ramie)
Perfect.

So, FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1

Another quick question is FP3 hard? should I attempt it or play it safe?
Which exam board?
5. (Original post by zetamcfc)
Which exam board?

Edexcel
6. (Original post by ramie)
Perfect.

So, FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1

Another quick question is FP3 hard? should I attempt it or play it safe?
Only real men take FP3 so feel free to take FP1-2, S3,S4,M1,D1
7. (Original post by ramie)
Edexcel
Ah ok. Go for it if you really do enjoy pure maths.

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