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hi i am in the exam board OCR. came from holland last year . done my as levels and am doing a2 now. i am doing the subjects maths , physics and chemistry. i know that in january are the first exams for a2. how many pure maths do i have to take in january? 2 and 3 both?
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hi i am in the exam board OCR. came from holland last year . done my as levels and am doing a2 now. i am doing the subjects maths , physics and chemistry. i know that in january are the first exams for a2. how many pure maths do i have to take in january? 2 and 3 both?
Yea you have a P2 exam in January and P3 in June.. good luck mate..
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hi i am in the exam board OCR. came from holland last year . done my as levels and am doing a2 now. i am doing the subjects maths , physics and chemistry. i know that in january are the first exams for a2. how many pure maths do i have to take in january? 2 and 3 both?
Is it further maths, or maths you are taking?
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it is applied maths
only pure maths 1 2 3 i think.
and mechanics 1 and 2 and stats 1 and 2
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it is applied maths
only pure maths 1 2 3 i think.
and mechanics 1 and 2 and stats 1 and 2
In that case, I believe you take P1 in Jan. Then S1 and M1 in June.
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it is applied maths
only pure maths 1 2 3 i think.
and mechanics 1 and 2 and stats 1 and 2
Thats 7 units. And thats too many for an A Level.

Plus those units would constitute an A-Level in Mathematics not Applied.

In the end you will have done P1, P2, P3, and three of M1, M2, S1, S2.
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Thats 7 units. And thats too many for an A Level.

Plus those units would constitute an A-Level in Mathematics not Applied.

In the end you will have done P1, P2, P3, and three of M1, M2, S1, S2.
yes but what is further maths then? i know i did p1 in jan and s1 , m1 in june last year when i was doing as. so will i expect only p2 this jan 2004 only or also m2 or s2?
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yes but what is further maths then? i know i did p1 in jan and s1 , m1 in june last year when i was doing as. so will i expect only p2 this jan 2004 only or also m2 or s2?
Further maths is where you do all 6 modules within one year, and then a nother 6 the next year, and you get two A-levels.

You only do one module in January and two in June. So P2 in Jan, and the rest in June. Hope this helps you understand.
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