A Level Help! (Maths, FMaths and Physics) (URGENT) Watch
Is Maths, Further Maths and Physics a good combination at A Levels for a degree and then job in computer science (or even an engineering field). i ask this because i am not sure if Further Maths is regarded as different to Maths by Unis. Help!
Yeah, some unis prefer you to have further maths and physics for top courses. Further maths and maths count as two separate A levels as well. You might want to take a fourth A level like chemistry or computing as well in case you struggle and decide to drop further maths.
I agree, taking a 4th A-level is a good idea if you're taking further maths, especially with physics because that's also maths-heavy A-level. My college only offered further maths if it was a 4th because it's a difficult A-level, but worth it to get into top unis
Depends on whether or not you enjoy maths, I’m doing further maths at a level because I found it easy at GCSE and enjoyed As maths in year 11. For me maths is great so the extra work doesn’t scare me but it may be different if you dont like maths as much.
but what if the work load of 4 subjects is too much? Because my thinking is I rather do 3 Subjects to the best of my abilities and get as good grades as possible while perhaps doing 4 might hinder those grades by being too large of a workload for me, personally. Im not too sure tho