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A Level Further Maths

Can students achieve more than one A Level in Further Maths under the 2017 syllabus?
Original post by TKD-DOMO
Can students achieve more than one A Level in Further Maths under the 2017 syllabus?

This question doesn't make sense.
If you pass Further Maths, you would only get one A Level, irrespective of which modules you choose.
If you resit the A Level with different modules and pass, you will only get the one A Level in Further Maths
Original post by MindMax2000
This question doesn't make sense.
If you pass Further Maths, you would only get one A Level, irrespective of which modules you choose.
If you resit the A Level with different modules and pass, you will only get the one A Level in Further Maths

I think the question was referring to the old modular system, wherein it was possible to get an Additional Further Maths A-Level by sitting all 18 modules, which, although rare, was definitely an option. The question does make sense and is very reasonable knowing this was the option in the past.

The answer to the original query is unfortunately not anymore. Whilst it is still possible to enter for as many modules as you'd like, you would still get the same amount of credit, they'd just choose your best ones.

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