Posted on January 5, 2016 by Aiden Morris
The statistics 1 Maths course is one of the most popular optional A-Level modules. The course is suitable for students studying AQA, Edexcel and OCR. You will need a normal scientific calculator for this course, (graphical is not required).
The course will run fortnightly (term time) from Sunday 17th January 2016 between 12.30-14.00. The whole course will be delivered over six 90 minute sessions. All sessions are live and interactive, students can ask questions throughout the webinar.
Each ninety minute session can be purchased individually for:
- £12 for the lesson only
- £16 for the lesson plus access to the recording, presentation slides, and online revision exercise
We have a special pre order price for students who purchase the full course which consists of six, 90 minute sessions. Students who sign up for the full course will also get access to
- the recording of each session – or revision purposes
- the presentation slides – for students to make their own notes
We are doing a special price of £67 for anyone who purchases the full course. This includes all 6 individual lessons priced at £16 x 6 = £96, a saving of £2. For the quality of results we have guaranteed these prices are an absolute snip, so hurry and book your place now!
What will we cover?
- Method of Summarising Data– In this lesson we will cover Dispersion, Outliers, Mean, Standard deviation and Skewness.
- Probability– We will be looking at Factorial Notation, Venn Diagrams, Tree Diagrams, the Basics and Advanced rules of Probability as well as looking at Exam style questions.
- Discrete Random Variables and Binomials– Here we will focus on Discrete Variables, Random Variables, Expectation and Variance, Binomials and Mean, Variance and Standard Deviation.
- Normal Distribution– This will cover The Normal Distribution Curve, Normalising Data. Percentage Points and Estimation.
- Correlation and Regression– This lesson focuses on Correlation, PMC, Regression, Coding/Scaling as well as two sets of Exam Style Questions.
- Estimation and Confidence Intervals– Here we will look at Reliability of Estimates, CLT, Estimating the Variance, Confidence Intervals as well as a look at some Exam Style Questions.