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    1. Hi, I have completed Maths and currently want to sit A-level further maths.
    2. For A Level Maths, I've done:
      C1 C2 M1 C3 C4 M2
    3. For A Level Further Maths I'm thinking about sitting :
    4. FP1 FP3 S1 D1 S2 M3(also doing FP2)
      I want to know which of those are the easiest starting from easiest to hardest
    5. Thanks .
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    (Original post by sal00)
    1. Hi, I have completed Maths and currently want to sit A-level further maths.
    2. For A Level Maths, I've done:
      C1 C2 M1 C3 C4 M2
    3. For A Level Further Maths I'm thinking about sitting :
    4. FP1 FP3 S1 D1 S2 M3(also doing FP2)
      I want to know which of those are the easiest starting from easiest to hardest
    5. Thanks .
    For which exam board?

    For Edexcel I would say D1 < S2 < S1 < FP1 < FP2.

    Not sure where FP3 and M3 would go.
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    I can say the m3 is harder than d1,s1,s2 and fp1. Not sure about fp2 havent done it yet
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    S1 and D1 are so easy
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    For which exam board?

    For Edexcel I would say D1 < S2 < S1 < FP1 < FP2.

    Not sure where FP3 and M3 would go.
    Thanks, for replying Kevin De Bruyne.

    That's the part I can't figure out too. The only thing that makes me trend towards M3 is the fact that I don't want to do too much pure maths. Just need a -B- as I've got an A already in Maths. So I guess I can take the risk and yes I'm doing boring Edexcel. :biggrin:
 
 
 
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