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So I'm in year 11 and I'm doing my further maths As this year: D1 in 2 days and M1 and FP1 in the summer. Since C1 and C2 are now C12 ( also for for C3 and C4 being C34), would it be wise to take all maths modules?
Y11- M1,D1,FP1
Y12- C12,C34,M2,M3,S1,S2
Y13-M4,M5,FP2,FP3,S3,S4,D2

The above would be my plan. Besides this I am thinking to take physics and computer science.
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(Original post by Fösh Pandolfo)
So I'm in year 11 and I'm doing my further maths As this year: D1 in 2 days and M1 and FP1 in the summer. Since C1 and C2 are now C12 ( also for for C3 and C4 being C34), would it be wise to take all maths modules?
Y11- M1,D1,FP1
Y12- C12,C34,M2,M3,S1,S2
Y13-M4,M5,FP2,FP3,S3,S4,D2

The above would be my plan. Besides this I am thinking to take physics and computer science.
You can only get 2 maths A level (maths and further maths) and fir that you need 10 unit results as C12 and C34 count double.
There would be little value in taking extra units, unless you thought they would prepare you for what you plan to study at uni, far better to concentrate on other things.
I'm not sure of the timeline of your plans but a new specification for edexcel IAL has been introduced.
Have you checked that you can spread your qualifications out over 3 years?
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You can only get 2 maths A level (maths and further maths) and fir that you need 10 unit results as C12 and C34 count double.
There would be little value in taking extra units, unless you thought they would prepare you for what you plan to study at uni, far better to concentrate on other things.
I'm not sure of the timeline of your plans but a new specification for edexcel IAL has been introduced.
Have you checked that you can spread your qualifications out over 3 years?
I don't think I need to check if I can have my qualifications over 3 years. I've already done my maths GCSE in year 9 and GCSE further in Y10. So my plan would be AS in Y11, A2 in Y12- and A2 further in Y13.
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I don't think I need to check if I can have my qualifications over 3 years. I've already done my maths GCSE in year 9 and GCSE further in Y10. So my plan would be AS in Y11, A2 in Y12- and A2 further in Y13.
Universities don't like this approach.
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(Original post by Fösh Pandolfo)
I don't think I need to check if I can have my qualifications over 3 years. I've already done my maths GCSE in year 9 and GCSE further in Y10. So my plan would be AS in Y11, A2 in Y12- and A2 further in Y13.
Please yourself
I'm not sure exams for the current specification will still be available when you want to take them or whether you can mix exams from the old and new specifications.
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Universities don't like this approach.
Why?
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