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    Hi

    I did my AS maths last year. I found C1 and C2 very easy but S1 was a little tricky.

    I am now doing AS further maths. Soon we will be finishing D1 which I found ok. And then we will start FP1 which my teacher said is easy.

    But after that she wants to know if we would rather do M1 or FP2 and I'm not sure which one to pick. My teacher said they are both equally hard but she said FP2 is really confusing. But the thing is at GCSE I did terribly in physics and I HATED it which is why I'm not sure about M1.

    Which is easier? Is FP2 really as hard as my teacher says it is?

    Thanks.
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