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My school chose the EdExcel path due to it's easier teaching but I wanted to study further mathematics. As a context I managed to self study Additional mathematics for GCSE in a period just shy of 2 months and I was wondering if it is possible to self study CIE Further Mathematics. My plan was to finish the CIE A level material first including all modules in 3-6 months or so and then spend around 1.5-2 years for Further mathematics. I was wondering if it was possible.
Thanks and excuse me for my bad english
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Hello,
My school chose the EdExcel path due to it's easier teaching but I wanted to study further mathematics. As a context I managed to self study Additional mathematics for GCSE in a period just shy of 2 months and I was wondering if it is possible to self study CIE Further Mathematics. My plan was to finish the CIE A level material first including all modules in 3-6 months or so and then spend around 1.5-2 years for Further mathematics. I was wondering if it was possible.
Thanks and excuse me for my bad english
Why CAIE? Why not do Further Maths with Edexcel? It would tie together better with the A level Maths I presume you're studying in school
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Why CAIE? Why not do Further Maths with Edexcel? It would tie together better with the A level Maths I presume you're studying in school
well i did my IGCSE additional maths for CAIE so i would've thought it would be better. Though i also think that CAIE is easier than Edexcel, idk how true that is
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Why CAIE? Why not do Further Maths with Edexcel? It would tie together better with the A level Maths I presume you're studying in school
i guess i can also study whats excess in Edexcel igcse as some overlap with CAIE
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i guess i can also study whats excess in Edexcel igcse as some overlap with CAIE
I'm completely confused. Are you studying Edexcel IAL Maths A level at school? There's no point doing FM unless you are also doing Maths and it makes lots of sense to do both with the same exam board.
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