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.
- 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 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 the 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 Coursera (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.
- Numberbender - Full course of AP Statistics online videos and explanations of lessons
- Varsity Tutors - Practice AP Stats Concepts, do a diagnostic test, or just do a problem of the day on this site!
- Dan Shuster - AP Practice Tests and Study Guides shared by this teacher!
Please access the summer packet via the google classroom or request from Ms. Carter