The Best AP Statistics Review Books of 2017

In AP Statistics, you study the methods and tools collecting, analyzing, and drawing educated conclusions from data. This course is designed to model a college level Statistics course, so it’s no joke. You’ll study and discuss methodology and inference in small groups, and you’ll complete activities that drive these complicated concepts home.




Read more

Describing Distributions in AP Statistics

Describing distributions is one of the key skills you’ll need to earn a high score on the AP Statistics exam. If you need proof of this, just flip through some past exam questions, which can be found at the CollegeBoard website. You’ll notice that the first free response question is almost always a question requiring you to look at a graph and describe it.




Read more

Is AP Statistics Hard?

So you are thinking about taking AP Statistics, and you are wondering how much work it will be. Or maybe you’ve already signed up and you’re wondering what you’ve gotten yourself into. Either way, we know how difficult it is to figure out just how much work a class will take, and know whether or not it is worth the effort.




Read more

How to Calculate Medians: AP Statistics Review

Dealing with the stats part of the AP Statistics exam can be intimidating enough on its own, but on top of that, you are probably discovering that there’s enough confusing vocabulary to make your head spin! Take the median, for example – along with its siblings mean and mode; they make up the “measures of central tendency,” and like any family members, they can be tough to tell apart.




Read more

How to Calculate Means: AP Statistics Review

Means, medians, modes—oh my! AP Statistics is all about the numbers, but the first step to getting the math right is understanding the terms that go along with it. One of the most basic and important concepts in AP Stats is the mean—you’ll need to know how to use it for almost everything else covered on the test!




Read more

How to Calculate Ranges: AP Statistics Review

Statistics has a habit of taking words that we know and love, and turning them into something else completely. Take the range, for example. While this term may make you think of the old tune “Home on the Range,” the definition of range in math involves way fewer deer and antelope.




Read more