Ever wanted to know how the data patterns form and how you can make the most out of them? Or maybe you just want to ace your AP Statistics exam? Started statistics in college and want additional sources to study? No matter which reason makes you motivated, you can stop and learn statistics basics and advanced concepts right here in this statistics online course.
There can be many reasons why you should take this statistics course. I'm listing just a few of them right here:
So as you can see, this statistics online course is not limited to only students. You can start this statistics course even if you have already finished your academic years. Still, you have found a batch of data you want to analyze, or there are some random events that you want to calculate the probability for.
If you want to start this course, there is one primary requirement: to have Algebra basics. If you have that, go right ahead and start learning. Since I've obtained my B.S in Mathematics from the University of Nebraska, M.S. in Statistics from the University of Houston Clear Lake, and I've had several years of practice in the field of statistics, you can be sure that I will explain statistics basics and advanced concepts in such a way that any level student can understand.
In this comprehensive AP statistics course, you can expect to learn statistics easily as I will also use visual aids to illustrate the concepts. This is what we will cover in the statistics course:
This course is not only theoretical but also hands-on: you will get various examples that you can follow yourself and try to analyze the data. This is perfect if you have a lot of data and don't even know where to start.
So get ready to learn statistics basics, and master the statistical capabilities of the graphing calculator by following my illustrated lecture video, possible exam questions with answers. Join my statistics online course today, and be sure to ace your AP Statistics exam!
I am excited to impart knowledge for your entry-level statistics and AP statistics courses.
I am a graduate of the University of Nebraska where I earned my bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Actuarial Science. I furthered my education in Texas and earned my Masters of Science degree in Statistics from the University of Houston Clear Lake.
My first career began in Galveston, Texas where I worked as an actuary for American National Insurance Company from January 1985 – August 1992. After eight years in the actuarial profession, I decided to turn my efforts toward teaching. I taught the next eight years at two different public schools in the Houston area. After eight years of instruction, I switched my career path back to the actuarial field. I moved to Omaha, Nebraska for two years and worked with the Central States Health and Life Company as a valuation actuary. My family and I returned to Texas where I continued the actuarial profession, once again, for American National Insurance Company in Galveston for the next three years. I currently teach AP Statistics and college math courses for a school in the Houston area.
I am excited to bring the classroom to you. I have always had a passion to teach and enjoy it very much. I hope you find the videos both educational and helpful!