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Will C1-C4, M1 and S1 satisfy a full A-level in maths or do I need M2? Watch

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    I'm taking single maths all in one year. I've been put down for 7 modules - C1-C4, M1, M2 and S1. So they can average the best grades. However I'm not getting on with M2 so I am thinking of not sitting M2 and just focusing on S1 instead. Is this acceptable- because I would only have two A2 modules (C3 and C4). Would I still achieve a full A-level in maths if I have C1-C2 with M1, S1? instead of M1 and M2?

    Oh and my board is Edexcel if that makes any difference
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    (Original post by countduckula1906)
    Would I still achieve a full A-level in maths if I have C1-C4 with M1, S1? instead of M1 and M2?
    Yes.
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    Yep.

    Edit: beaten to it.
 
 
 
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