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    Assuming you're talking about M1 vs S1:
    If you're taking Physics then I would take M1 as they compliment each other fairly well. While initially I did find M1 very confusing, for example it took me a while to get my head around vectors, in the end I was able to understand all of it well. It mostly just involves using the same equations in scenarios which are often very similar.
    S1 is perhaps a bit easier as it involves some GCSE material (e.g. stem and leaf, median, mean) and you don't have to draw any diagrams to understand what is going on (unlike M1). However I think it's difficult to know whether you're right or wrong in S1 as it involves probabilities whereas in M1 you'll have a bit of an idea as to what speed something should be travelling at for example.
    You haven't written anything about yourself so I don't really know which to recommend overall, but maybe choose S1 if you want the slightly easier option.
 
 
 
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