A level Maths and further Maths in 7 months

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As the title says, I am deferring a year from university due to my lack of maths (I only got a GCSE D) so have taken the time out to study both a level maths and further maths. My plan is to study 45 hours per week and take the exams in may June time realistically speaking I would be over the moon with AA I am fully aware of the madness of this but this is what I want to do and will work endlessly to make this happen. Any tips or feedback on this?
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As the title says, I am deferring a year from university due to my lack of maths (I only got a GCSE D) so have taken the time out to study both a level maths and further maths. My plan is to study 45 hours per week and take the exams in may June time realistically speaking I would be over the moon with AA I am fully aware of the madness of this but this is what I want to do and will work endlessly to make this happen. Any tips or feedback on this?
Have you passed GCSE now? I think A level Maths [let alone FM] would be a stretch given you haven't done any Maths for a couple of years at least.
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Have you passed GCSE now? I think A level Maths [let alone FM] would be a stretch given you haven't done any Maths for a couple of years at least.
I did a fair bit of maths in my first year of university (I studied data science and analytics) I went from 2.7% in my initial assessment to 93.4% overall in 9 months. and no my highest maths qualification is GCSE D.
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I did a fair bit of maths in my first year of university (I studied data science and analytics) I went from 2.7% in my initial assessment to 93.4% overall in 9 months. and no my highest maths qualification is GCSE D.
So how did you get to uni? I'd sit GCSE as that will prevent you getting on many degrees. What is your plan ...
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