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Hi i was wondering what other people's experience was with fast track maths. I am thinking of doing fast track with physics and computer science is that possible?
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I did it and got an A*. It was really cool to see how much progress I made in a school year. You couldn’t really do it with more than one fast track subject though. I had two other AS levels that year.
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I did it and got an A*. It was really cool to see how much progress I made in a school year. You couldn’t really do it with more than one subject though. I had two other AS levels that year.
What type of grades were you getting at gcse? Also what did you do along side it thanks!
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What type of grades were you getting at gcse? Also what did you do along side it thanks!
I got an 8 in gcse maths, but the rest of my GCSEs were 6s and 7s with a couple of 4s and 5s (eg. Spanish - I regret taking that).
I started year 12 with chemistry, computer science and fast track maths. I’m now doing a level further maths.
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I got an 8 in gcse maths, but the rest of my GCSEs were 6s and 7s with a couple of 4s and 5s (eg. Spanish - I regret taking that).
I started year 12 with chemistry, computer science and fast track maths. I’m now doing a level further maths.
Sounds good did you drop computer science or chem at the end of year 1?
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Sounds good did you drop computer science or chem at the end of year 1?
I dropped computer science. It wasn’t hard but I didn’t put any effort in, so I ended up with a B in my AS exam. I also didn’t want to do the project, it sounded like loads of effort for a subject I didn’t really care about.
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Have you finished all your a levels and if so what did you get and what are you doing now?
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Have you finished all your a levels and if so what did you get and what are you doing now?
I’m in my second year now, with further maths (fast track) and chemistry.
I did my maths exam last summer.
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I’m in my second year now, with further maths (fast track) and chemistry
Well I hope it all goes well good luck and thanks for the help
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Popped your thread into Maths Exams :fyi:
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Well I hope it all goes well good luck and thanks for the help
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