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    I was looking at the entry requirements for civil engineering at imperial, it stated every maths modules need to be an A at first attempt. Does that include further maths module?


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    Their website says 'Although Further Mathematics is not a course requirement' so FM is not required to be an A, however if you are doing pure with stats and M1 in your FM then you also need an A in M1
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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    I was looking at the entry requirements for civil engineering at imperial, it stated every maths modules need to be an A at first attempt. Does that include further maths module?
    Yes, if taken (which is encouraged).
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    Cause I think I messed up m2 only and every other maths module I think I am confident with an A


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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    Cause I think I messed up m2 only and every other maths module I think I am confident with an A


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    Well M units are particularly important for engineering so...

    Anyway other universities may not be so strict. Cambridge for one aren't too concerned if you have 1 "off" module.

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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    Cause I think I messed up m2 only and every other maths module I think I am confident with an A


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    Imperial want M1 at A, M2 is not required to be an A
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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    Cause I think I messed up m2 only and every other maths module I think I am confident with an A


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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    I was looking at the entry requirements for civil engineering at imperial, it stated every maths modules need to be an A at first attempt. Does that include further maths module?


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    remember your maths modules will be arranged such that your total A2 maths marks goes up highest , also the requirement is A*A*A with A* in maths, A*A in other two a levels. It would help if you kud give detailed information about what mocules you took. Gd luck
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    (Original post by asinghj)
    Imperial want M1 at A, M2 is not required to be an A
    It specifically says A in all maths modules...

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    So it does include further maths ?


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    (Original post by Senhuang)
    So it does include further maths ?
    Yes. The requirements as stated don't differentiate between "maths", "further maths", "additional further maths" or anything else - it's all just maths.

    And as I said, M modules are particularly relevent for engineering anyway so if they were concerned about not achieving an A in D1 I'm certain they will be at least equally concerned by missing an A in M2.

    Alternatively, just ask the university direct.
 
 
 
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