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    so i just received my as results and i managed to get an A in my a level maths (i did maths and further maths) i also got an A in as physics and as economics, but i got a D in M3.As of right now i should continue to A2 with economics,physics and further math and the university of my choice requires AAA were one A must be in maths and second A must be in physics. I think i should be able to achieve the 3rd A in economics but i think i will only be able to get a B or C at my A-level further maths which would lead to my results beaing AAAB(C) so will the B or C in my A2 further math effect my university application ?Should i drop the A2 furhter maths ?

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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.

    You can also find the Exam Thread list for A-levels here and GCSE here. :dumbells:

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    No, your unis only want three A's from you will not look at your extra C. It's probably better to drop Further Maths so that you can focus on your other subjects. There's not much of a reason for you to continue with it, unless of course, you really enjoy doing maths and you're confident that it won't affect your other subjects.

    M3 is an unusual and relatively hard unit to do for AS FM. If you did well in the other 2 FM AS units then you may be perfectly capable of getting an A in FM.
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