## Do you have to put FSMQ on UCAS?

No you do not. It is a free-standing qualification, and half an AS module. It doesn’t need to be declared, contrary to what most places tell you.

### What is FSMQ maths equivalent to?

GCSE

An FSMQ Unit at Advanced level is roughly equivalent to a single AS module with candidates receiving 10 UCAS points for an A grade. Intermediate level is equivalent to a GCSE in Mathematics.

#### Can you get an A * in FSMQ?

Higher FSMQs (current specifications, 2013 onwards, codes 4984, 4985, 4986, 4988) A pass in a unit at a particular level is indicated by one of the five grades A*(a*), A(a), B(b), C(c), D(d) of which grade A(a) is the highest and grade D(d) the lowest.

**What level is FSMQ additional maths UCAS?**

Why choose OCR Level 3 FSMQ: Additional Maths? OCR’s FSMQ: Additional Maths targets learners who will take GCSE (9–1) Higher tier Mathematics.

**What does FSMQ stand for?**

Free Standing Maths Qualification

Free Standing Maths Qualification (FSMQ)

## What grades are 112 UCAS points?

What Combinations of Grades can I use for 112 UCAS Points?

- 3 A-levels – Grades BBC, or A*CD.
- 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BB+bb, or AB+cc.
- 2 A-levels plus 1 AS plus Extended Project – Grades BB+b+C, or AB+a+D.

### Does additional maths count as a GCSE?

Additional Maths is a stepping stone between GCSE / IGCSE and A-level, and is used to stretch able students who have completed their GCSE maths before they start the A-level course, and to keep them in practice at maths.

#### Does additional maths give UCAS points?

The Advanced FSMQ, Additional Mathematics, is worth UCAS points for university admissions, and introduces students to the power and elegance of advanced mathematics.

**Is additional maths an AS level?**

Additional Maths / FSMQ. Additional Maths is a stepping stone between GCSE / IGCSE and A-level, and is used to stretch able students who have completed their GCSE maths before they start the A-level course, and to keep them in practice at maths.

**Is Further Maths A FSMQ?**

OCR Free Standing Maths Qualification (FSMQ): Additional Mathematics introduces students to the maths studied post–16, including AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. It’s designed for students who have sat, or are intending to sit, Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics.

## Do you get UCAS points for additional maths?

### How many UCAS points is EPQ worth?

28 Ucas points

Ucas points and your EPQ An EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) is worth half an A-level: 28 Ucas points for an A*, 24 points for an A and so on. It can be a great way to boost your points.