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I'm in year 11 and I'm not currently doing GCSE further maths but I am considering taking maths, physics, and chemistry/further maths for A-levels. If I'm not taking further maths at this stage, would it not be the best idea to take further maths at A-levels? I'd like to work in the engineering field in the future and apparently further maths goes great with maths and physics. I just don't want to take on further maths if I'm going to struggle a lot.
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Alevel further maths is not really related to gcse further maths. Gcse further maths is closer to first year alevel maths so doing that would help your alevels but not necessary
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There's no need to take the Level 2 Further Maths to take Further Maths in 6th form - getting the best grade you can in GCSE Maths (ideally a solid 9) would be far more useful.
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