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# Division between AS and A Level? Watch

1. Can someone please explain the difference between AS and A level for the following subjects; Edexcel Maths (Statistics Option) and Edexcel Further Maths

This is for the exam which I will be sitting on 2017, so there may be new specifications.

Maths (Statistics Option)
AS Level:
• Topics (E.g: C1?)
• Topics
• Topics
A Level:
• Topics
• Topics
• Topics
Further Maths
AS Level:
• Topics
• Topics
• Topics
A Level:
• Topics
• Topics
• Topics
Thanks!
2. Why don't you have a look at the specifications yourself instead of asking other people to do it for you
3. (Original post by HopelessMedic)
Why don't you have a look at the specifications yourself instead of asking other people to do it for you
I find it confusing, I don't understand the divisions in Maths. And where I can find statistics and further maths.
I removed the other subjects.
4. There are not new specifications. For AS Maths you take C1, C2 and then an applied unit (S1 in your case). To complete A level Maths you take C3, C4 and a second applied unit, probably S2 in your case.

For Further Maths AS you have to take FP1, then any ofter 2 units you've not already done (e.g. M1, D1). To complete Further Maths you have to take at least 1 from FP2 and FP3 and enough other units to make 6 in total.

The applied units are automatically moved between subjects to maximise your grades according to some rules, so S1 and S2 may not land up in Maths.
5. (Original post by Compost)
There are not new specifications. For AS Maths you take C1, C2 and then an applied unit (S1 in your case). To complete A level Maths you take C3, C4 and a second applied unit, probably S2 in your case.

For Further Maths AS you have to take FP1, then any ofter 2 units you've not already done (e.g. M1, D1). To complete Further Maths you have to take at least 1 from FP2 and FP3 and enough other units to make 6 in total.

The applied units are automatically moved between subjects to maximise your grades according to some rules, so S1 and S2 may not land up in Maths.
Thank you so much!

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