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    Well, I did my AS Level and intended on doing further math in AS but my teachers talked me out of it cause my school didnt offer it and they thought my other subjects would suffer. But now seeing how its so common to taken it by yourself an self study, i really feel motivated to go for it.
    So i finished C1, C2 and M1
    Come this June i will finish my A Level math and sit 6 more exams for FM (GCE).

    But I'm not sure about what combination to take
    i was thinking something along the lines of this;
    A Level Maths; C3 C4 and M2
    A Levels FM; FP1, FP2, FP3, S1, S2, D1

    Any advice?

    Oh, and all you legends how did further math by themselves. Please share any resources you can. Much Obliged <3
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    that's it A* should be easy as  \pi given you work hard
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    (Original post by Naruke)
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    that's it A* should be easy as  \pi given you work hard
    Thanks man
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    It think it depends on how well you did for AS single maths. If you got a decent A (85+ UMS), you'll be fine provided you work at it sufficiently.
 
 
 
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