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Old Tuesday, June 02, 2015
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Originally Posted by Norymberskie View Post
I have also opted for both Pure and Applied Math. As far as applied maths is concerned, I have already covered 100% syllabus in university(with numerical analysis, 30% of applied math in CSS, at masters level).

As for pure maths, I have studied 50% at bachelor level. I am confident that with some prep, I can cover the rest of pure maths.

The thing is, if you are strong at maths, you can take it on. Seeing pure maths past papers gives me creeps but I believe I can put great hard work where my interest lies and that is maths. I'm sad that it will only yield me 200/600
i have done genral maths. I am planning to opt pure mathematics with statistics. What do you say pure maths is tough in comparison to applied mathematics.
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Its not about tough. I have already studied the whole syllabus of Applied Math so it looks easy to me.

I have only studied 50% of Pure Math syllabus and 30% of statistics syllabus. The only reason I am opting for pure math is because I have less things to cover as compared to statistics. I have no idea how difficult the topics are but they must e doable.
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can i choose applied mathematics ( only of 100 numbers) with Computer Sciences???
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Hi Anisa
No you can't because Computer sciences is in Group A & applied is in group B. You have select either Pure or Any other like Physics.Please bare in mind you cant select subjects carrying less than 200 in group B.
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Default Need help choosing Maths!!!

1. So I was thinking that I should only choose applied maths. Is that possible?

2. Or is it a necessary condition for one to choose either both or none?

3. Can I choose only applied maths from this group of optional subjects? Or am I required to complete 200 marks from this group?

Would be helpful for a 22-year-old newbie on her 1st try!
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