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    I'm planning to move to a different college for my A2 year (Year13). However, this will result in me doing S4 as a Fmaths A2 Module. I'm targeting for an A* at A level, and just want to know what I'm putting myself into with this decision to move colleges.
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    (Original post by EnglishNoobC)
    I'm planning to move to a different college for my A2 year (Year13). However, this will result in me doing S4 as a Fmaths A2 Module. I'm targeting for an A* at A level, and just want to know what I'm putting myself into with this decision to move colleges.
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    Whats wrong with S4, easier than other modules you could be taking
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    (Original post by EnglishNoobC)
    I'm planning to move to a different college for my A2 year (Year13). However, this will result in me doing S4 as a Fmaths A2 Module. I'm targeting for an A* at A level, and just want to know what I'm putting myself into with this decision to move colleges.
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    If you're doing it with Excel then S4 is really short and easier than S3.
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    Whats wrong with S4, easier than other modules you could be taking
    Nothing wrong with it tbh. Just think it's an unusual module since not many people take it lol


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    If you're doing it with Excel then S4 is really short and easier than S3.
    Unfortunately, not Edexcel. It's OCR😨 Stats in Ocr is abit "dodgy" compared to Edexcel, which is why I'm hesitant in transferring colleges


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