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    hello guys i am a bit confused about the A level further maths, i am doing further maths and A level maths, i know i need 6 modules for the A level maths but for further i don't have any idea what modules i need and how much they are i know there should be 6 but how much are for the AS further math and A2 further maths,
    here is the modules i have revised so far
    Further 1 and 2
    Statistics 1
    so is it alright to pick those three as my further AS mathematics
    and for the
    A2
    Further 3
    statistics 2
    Decision 1
    FOR AS MATHEMATICS
    Core 1 and 2
    Mechanics 1
    FOR A2 MATHEMATICS
    Core 3 and 4
    Mechanics 2
    so all above are my plans for the both AS and A2 mathematics and further mathematics can anyone help me if there is any mistake or anything you can change if they are wrong.
    all the modules are ( EDEXCEL ONLY)
    first exam will be on May/June 2018.
    so i need a help,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    (Original post by HASSAN DAUD)
    hello guys i am a bit confused about the A level further maths, i am doing further maths and A level maths, i know i need 6 modules for the A level maths but for further i don't have any idea what modules i need and how much they are i know there should be 6 but how much are for the AS further math and A2 further maths,
    here is the modules i have revised so far
    Further 1 and 2
    Statistics 1
    so is it alright to pick those three as my further AS mathematics
    and for the
    A2
    Further 3
    statistics 2
    Decision 1
    FOR AS MATHEMATICS
    Core 1 and 2
    Mechanics 1
    FOR A2 MATHEMATICS
    Core 3 and 4
    Mechanics 2
    so all above are my plans for the both AS and A2 mathematics and further mathematics can anyone help me if there is any mistake or anything you can change if they are wrong.
    all the modules are ( EDEXCEL ONLY)
    first exam will be on May/June 2018.
    so i need a help,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    Those 12 units are OK to be awarded A levels in maths and further maths. The specification on the edexcel web site explains all valid combinations. Edexcel will combine those units within the rules of the specification to give you the best possible grades. I am sure you know that you need to take all 12 in summer 2018 to complete both UK A levels.
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    Yes, those Units are OK. To get A* in normal maths you need 90% ums average across C3 C4 and for Further Maths you need 90% ums average across TOP 3 modules from M2/S2/FP2/FP3. Edexcel should mix and match those modules to maximise your grades
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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Those 12 units are OK to be awarded A levels in maths and further maths. The specification on the edexcel web site explains all valid combinations. Edexcel will combine those units within the rules of the specification to give you the best possible grades. I am sure you know that you need to take all 12 in summer 2018 to complete both UK A levels.
    Thanks Bro, so I can do my further maths as I said,
    As further
    Further 1 and 2
    Statistics 1
    A2 further Mathematics
    Further 3
    Statistics 2
    Decision 1
    So all those modules are alright for my full A level further maths
 
 
 
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