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    Hi, did anybody know about Edexcel Maths A levels? I want to get 3 A level Maths, is it enough for me to take 12 units(C1-C4, FP1, FP2, D1, M1-M3, S1 and S2) or I need do more?. I want A level maths, A level further maths and A level pure maths. Thanks
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    A level maths is 6 units in total (C1,2,3,4 plus S1 & s2 or m1 & m2 )
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    (Original post by esme1234)
    Hi, did anybody know about Edexcel Maths A levels? I want to get 3 A level Maths, is it enough for me to take 12 units(C1-C4, FP1, FP2, D1, M1-M3, S1 and S2) or I need do more?. I want A level maths, A level further maths and A level pure maths. Thanks
    Not possible to do pure maths as a third. The units overlap with a level maths and further maths and you can't cash in the same unit for two qualifications. However you can do AS/A-level Further Additional Maths which would require 15/18 units. However if you want to do 12 units then you'll be awarded with A levels in maths and further maths.
 
 
 
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