Here are a list of sites with descriptions to help you review for the AP Exam and succeed in this course.
- AP CENTRAL FOR STUDENTS -This website contains information about the AP Exam. Create an account to access Free response and multiple choice questions from previously released exams and review some test-taking strategies.
- STAT TREK - This website offers free video and written tutorials on all topics covered in AP statistics. Visit here for a review of topics covered in class.
- AP STATS MONKEY - This site provides useful resources for AP review for the student and teacher. One of my favorite sites.
- Against All Odds - This video series reviews some of the major topics in Statistics. We will be watching some of the videos in class, but feel free to preview some of the materials or review on your own!
- AP Statistics "Quizlet" - This online flashcard review allows students to review over 100 major terms and phrases used on the AP Exam.
- Fathom - Statistical Software that you are required to download using the activation key provided by the school. It will last for an entire year. This is a great opportunity to use real statistical software on your homework and projects. See below to download the manual on how to use the software.
- Fathom Online Help Guide
- StatKey - This online Applet resource will run simulations, do bootstrap confidence intervals based on sampling distributions, graph and determine descriptive statistics and more, all with a press of the button. It's fast and efficient when you want quick results without having a lot of the head work.
- Albert Test Prep- This website is an online assessment program that will help you find problem areas with your multiple choice and Free Response before the AP Exam. Ask Ms. Carter for our Class Code.
- Udemy- This online learning portal has a "how to pass AP Statistics course" that you can review or preview for FREE. I highly recommend using this as a review before the AP Exam, after lessons or before a test.
- Udacity- This online learning portal also has courses in statistics. Although taught a little differently, it gives you a good review of the content we cover across 3 classes: Intro to Statistics| Intro to descriptive statistics | Intro to inferential statistics.
- Open Intro - An online course and textbook with Accompanied videos. I sometimes use these videos in the lessons or post them on wiki-space. Check it out! Videos are from cousera (Duke University)
- Statistics Learning Center - Online videos and alternative resources that help students study statistics. I sometimes use these videos in lessons or post them on wiki-space. Check it out!
- OnlineStatsBook - an Online interactive textbook that has linked videos for each lesson. A project by Rice, Tufts, and University of Clear Lake
- Arnold King's AP STAT course - A full course of AP Statistics content online. Includes video, audio notes, homework etc.
Please access the summer packet via the google classroom or request from Ms. Carter