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    Hi guys,
    I was just wondering whether AS and A2 further maths in one year? (i.e in year 13)
    I currently study physics, maths and chemistry and am completing an EPQ, in year 12. I would like to study engineering at the university of Cambridge, and would like to make my application as competetive as possible. The reason I havent taken FM this year is because my school didn't see me as a potential candidate for it. I think I could handle the workload, as I am extremely motivated and hard working.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated,
    Thanks guys.
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    Very Important Poster
    See how you're feeling after your Year 12 exams, and start studying some of the Further Maths units (possibly mechanics), and then use that to persuade your teachers after results day. If they aren't convinced and you still want to grow through with it, you can enter yourself as a private candidate (at your school or somewhere else).
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