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yeh, for the normal Alevel, you need 4 pure modules (Core1 through 4) and two applied modules (Mech1-4,Stats1-4,Disc1-3)
Learning A-Level makes you realise just how easy GCSE work is. The good thing is that most of the GCSE work is already covered in Key Stage 3 apart from surds, rules of sine and cosine, the quadratic formula, variation and graphs of shift and stretch. A-Leel has tonnes of new topics. Well done for geting an A in all your modules so far. So, for an A-Level you need to do 6 modules? So, for instance, core 1 is just one module and you have to do 6?
what my yr9 teacher did, he wasnt that great a teacher but he got the head of maths in and me and a friend got a GCSE book to work through in yr9 so i learnt pretty much all the GCSE work in yr 9, and then in the start of yr10, my friend didnt want to, but i worked through an Additional Maths book, which after i started on the Alevel work and took all the exams for the modules i did over the last 2 years so yeh.
The one i hate is the mechanics one. Stats isn't that bad to me and I am doing it for GCSE. So did you actually do an A-Level while you were in high school? I would consider taking the exam early but i did my SATS test a year early (Like another 7 other pupils in my school) and I got a level 7a but then the following year i got a level 8a. Also, my old maths teacher trued to put 3 years curriculum into 1 year and it really didn't work because she always wanted to go to the IT Suite and draw a diagram on the board. One time we spent 2 weeks on a presentation about noughts and crosses. I really didn't learn much new maths in the first 2 years of high school.In year 9 though, we had a great teacher, he really wanted to push th class forward and certain individulas like myself. He told me about a girl who he taught A-Level stuff to in year 8 and she didn't even realise it was A-Level work! That mademe want to do that too and really push myself. It's also the summer holidays at the moment and my mum is away so i'm staying at a friend of hers house but i have my own room with a computer and sky. I brang a suitcase full of GCSE books and a pure mathematics and Law A-Level text book.
you should try and get through as much alevel work as you can and take the exams early.
^Thank you so much! It is good to finally get some encouragement
Thought i use a bit of alliteration to try and confuse soem people:D