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    the college i will be going to next year has said that maths and further maths only counts as 1 a level?
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    the college i will be going to next year has said that maths and further maths only counts as 1 a level?
    If you apply for maths, physics or engineering they definitely won't mind only having maths, further maths and physics.
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    If you apply for maths, physics or engineering they definitely won't mind only having maths, further maths and physics.
    Ok. Thanks (I'm hoping to do maths at cambridge after college)
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    Ok. Thanks (I'm hoping to do maths at cambridge after college)
    They are two separate A levels and you should take both if you are thinking about Cambridge. It's possible they mean they timetable them as 'one' and make you do 4 in total. Ask about this - lesson time should be double that for one A level.
 
 
 

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