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    What modules would I be required to take if I wanted to do an AS in Further?
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    (Original post by amelienine)
    What modules would I be required to take if I wanted to do an AS in Further?
    The only compulsory module is FP1.
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    The only compulsory module is FP1.
    And apart from that I take 2 other modules? Do they have to be advanced modules like M2 or S2 or would modules like D1 or S1 suffice
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    (Original post by amelienine)
    And apart from that I take 2 other modules? Do they have to be advanced modules like M2 or S2 or would modules like D1 or S1 suffice
    Yes you can do D1 and S1 if you like. What modules are you taking for your maths AS/A level?
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    Yes you can do D1 and S1 if you like. What modules are you taking for your maths AS/A level?
    I actually did the whole Maths a level last year (C1, C2, C3, C4, M1, S1) and I'm meant to be doing the whole Further Maths this year (FP1, FP2, FP3, S2, M2, D1).

    However, I'm also doing 2 other A levels and I've gotten some uni offers in already and they only want 3 A Levels. So I'm thinking of just doing the Further Maths AS, (though I'd probably have to check with the unis first if this is okay)

    If it turns out it's okay, I'm happy with FP1 and M2, now I'm deciding on doing either D1 or S2. Honestly I'm leaning towards S2, but since D1 is meant to be the easy one with no tricks... I've just started D1 in school and it just seems tedious to me :/
 
 
 
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