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Your complete guide to a higher score on the *AP Statistics exam
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About the contents:
Part I: Introduction
* Exam content and format outlines
* Calculators policy
* Tips on answering free-response questions
* AP exam grades and what they mean
Part II: Subject Area Reviews
* Interpreting graphical displays
* Collecting, exploring, comparing, and summarizing data
* Planning and conducting surveys and experiments
* Anticipating patterns
* Understanding statistical inference
* Subject area review questions with full answer explanations
Part III: AP Statistics Practice Tests
* 7 full-length practice tests with full answer explanations
* Glossary of statistics terms
* Statistics formulas
* Comparison of graphical displays
* Summary of inference methods
PART I: INTRODUCTION.
PART II: SUBJECT AREA REVIEWS WITH SAMPLE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
Exploring Data: Interpreting Graphical Displays of Distributions of Univariate Data.
Exploring Data: Summarizing Distributions of Univariate Data.
Exploring Data: Comparing Distributions of Univariate Data.
Exploring Data: Exploring Bivariate Data.
Exploring Data: Exploring Categorical Data—Frequency Tables.
Sampling and Experimentation: Overview of Methods of Data Collection.
Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and Conducting Surveys.
Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and Conducting Experiments.
Anticipating Patterns: Probability as Relative Frequency.
Anticipating Patterns: Combining Independent Random Variables.
Anticipating Patterns: The Normal Distribution.
Anticipating Patterns: Sampling Distributions.
Statistical Inference: Confidence Intervals.
Statistical Inference: Tests of Significance.
Statistical Inference: Special Case of Normally Distributed Data.
PART III: AP STATISTICS PRACTICE TESTS.
Practice Test 1.
Practice Test 2.
Practice Test 3.
Practice Test 4.
Practice Test 5.
Practice Test 6.
Practice Test 7.
Posted November 19, 2012
We got this for our daughter who was having trouble with AP Statistics. The textbook the school uses isn't very good, the Cliffs book has been a huge help. My husband who knows statistics really well thinks it is much better organized. No test yet so we don't know if/how it will affect that at the end of the year.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 3, 2006
For those who are, or are thinking about taking the AP Statistics exam, this is not a good choice. The chapters seem very unorganized. The only good part of this book is the 7 Practice exams it comes with. However, do not be fooled. More than half of the practice exams have the same question layout, with basically different numbers. Another very irritating thing is the common errors and misprints. So check the explanation for your wrong answers, your answer might actually be the right one. Plus, take it from me, the actual AP exam is more conceptual than number-crunching. Not your best choice here.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 23, 2008
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