Original post by Tehami32

Do they have the same difficulty? Also which one might be more useful

I would say the usefulness really depends on what you want to do post A level.

In terms of difficulty, the grade boundaries for FP3 have been consistently lower in recent series of exams, perhaps indicating that the FP2 paper is easier.

Another point about "usefulness":

The truth of the matter is that, unless you really look into science/academia, which will be at least 10 years from now (that's a long time!), almost none of the maths you learned so far beyond basic arithmetic will be useful in most workplaces. So just pick what looks interesting to you.

The truth of the matter is that, unless you really look into science/academia, which will be at least 10 years from now (that's a long time!), almost none of the maths you learned so far beyond basic arithmetic will be useful in most workplaces. So just pick what looks interesting to you.

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