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    Question is in the title, would D1 count towards the 90% average over the three A2 modules for an A*?
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    (Original post by Louisb19)
    No.
    Oh Does it mention on the spec that D1 isn't included in A2 Further Maths?

    How about S2/M2?
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    (Original post by NewMedic)
    Oh Does it mention on the spec that D1 isn't included in A2 Further Maths?

    How about S2/M2?
    S2 and M2 are fine!
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    I thought they prioritize the maths alevel over further maths with regards to applied modules?
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    (Original post by Katiee224)
    I thought they prioritize the maths alevel over further maths with regards to applied modules?
    I think they do, but I've already done my maths A-level (A*) so there's no reason to move D1 to my maths A-level unless I do badly in it?
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    (Original post by NewMedic)
    I think they do, but I've already done my maths A-level (A*) so there's no reason to move D1 to my maths A-level unless I do badly in it?
    Ah right, well yeah what people are saying is correct, only the A2 modules can count towards the A* in further maths (eg D2,M2,M3,S2 etc)
 
 
 
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