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    I have started AS Maths this year as a private candidate the exam board being OCR AS Mathematics first teaching in 2004.I am also currently doin another 3 A2's at my college. I wanted to enquire if i could still take this to A2 while at university of during a gap year but one of my main concerns is that is the syllabus going to change like most of the other A levels did which would lead me to not being able to take it to A2.

    Thank in advance for all your help

    I can't be too sure but I don't think that the OCR Mathematics course is going to change until after summer 2010 because they changed the syllabus quite recently ( I think 2004?), so I think your situation will be fine.
    Hope this helps.
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