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    ok so i have done c1, c2, m1 already and currently on c3, s1
    now as i am doing f-maths starting this year i need to pick to do 3 modules for the jan 2010 exams.. which modules would you recomend?
    thanks
    by the way i will be self teaching most probably on edexcel
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    Good luck with the self teaching , the only modules I had taught were S1 and D1 , the others I did for Maths and Further Maths I taught myself for.

    I did C1 , C2 , S1 , in year 11
    M1 (which I started after GCSE exams in the summer) , M2 , D1 , C3 , C4 in lower sixth
    M3 , FP1 , FP2 , FP3 which I did in upper sixth

    If I were to suggest modules then the first one I think you should do is FP1 which now only needs C2 as a prereq and probably M2 and S2 or C4 (you'd need C4 stuff in M3) after that.Leave FP2 and FP3 alone for now , they are quite advanced modules (the stuff you do there is in a fair amount of the maths modules I did this year at uni)
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    (Original post by conroe-killed-the-k8-star)
    Good luck with the self teaching , the only modules I had taught were S1 and D1 , the others I did for Maths and Further Maths I taught myself for.

    I did C1 , C2 , S1 , in year 11
    M1 (which I started after GCSE exams in the summer) , M2 , D1 , C3 , C4 in lower sixth
    M3 , FP1 , FP2 , FP3 which I did in upper sixth

    If I were to suggest modules then the first one I think you should do is FP1 which now only needs C2 as a prereq and probably M2 and S2 or C4 (you'd need C4 stuff in M3) after that.Leave FP2 and FP3 alone for now , they are quite advanced modules (the stuff you do there is in a fair amount of the maths modules I did this year at uni)
    thats good advice thanks for that
 
 
 
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