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    Is anyone doing or has done this as an A-level? If so, how is it? Compared to Further Maths and Maths?

    I haven't done it, but, afaik (at least for Edexcel) it consists of the modules you didn't do in [Further] Maths. You need to complete 18 modules overall to be able to get the award for Additional Further Maths. So, you'd be doing 6 modules in Maths, 6 modules in Further Maths, and 6 in Additional Further Maths.

    (Original post by ColossalAtom)
    Is anyone doing or has done this as an A-level? If so, how is it? Compared to Further Maths and Maths?
    Haven't done it either, did 14 out of the 18 modules so I will say that D2, M3, M4 and M5 (the modules I haven't done) are the hardest .
    Consider if you really need it, I think doing Physics and/or Chemistry is a better and perhaps more challenging task (haven't done either which I regret but hey ho).

    Ive done it. Same as FM. Time wise abit tricky if you have other a levels.
    But for someone doing maths it should be fine.

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