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    I'm currently in year 12 doing AS Maths with Edexcel, my optional module is D1. I'm likely to get an A in the summer. I will continue with A2 Maths next year and will study S1.
    I want to self teach AS Further Maths for some extra UCAS points and something fun to do, as my school cannot timetable for me to do Further Maths.
    I was wondering which modules you would recommend I sit?
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    (Original post by qwertymaths)
    I'm currently in year 12 doing AS Maths with Edexcel, my optional module is D1. I'm likely to get an A in the summer. I will continue with A2 Maths next year and will study S1.
    I want to self teach AS Further Maths for some extra UCAS points and something fun to do, as my school cannot timetable for me to do Further Maths.
    I was wondering which modules you would recommend I sit?
    It depends what other A levels you are taking and what you intend to do in the long term. FP1 is the only compulsory unit. I'd definitely pick M1 (but then I'd pick it over S1 or D1 any day) and then S2 or M2 depending where you interests lie. Most people find FP2 considerably harder than any of the other units you'll do so avoid that unless you really do find Maths easy.
 
 
 
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