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Yes you can. This will involve doing 4 modules for normal maths (usually being Core 1, Core 2, Mechanics 1 and Statistics 1) and then 4 modules for further or pure maths (usually Core 3, Core 4, M2, S2) However, you can do many different ones if you dislike mechanics or statistics. These can include a variety of things such as Decision maths.

Many people do both of these and all three sciences which is looked very favorably by the top universities.

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