## What you’ll learn on this A-Level Statistics course

- A- Level Applied Mathematics: Statistics topics
- Statistical sampling: random vs. non-random sampling methods
- Statistical measures of location: median, mode, mean, quartiles and percentiles
- Statistical measure of spread: interquartile range, percentile range, variance, standard deviation
- Correlation, linear and exponential regression
- Discrete Probability Distribution: discrete uniform distribution, binomial distribution
- Continuous Probability Distribution: normal distribution, standard normal distribution
- Approximating binomial distribution with normal distribution
- Hypothesis Testing of correlation, binomial and normal distribution parameters
- Venn diagram, tree diagram, Conditional Probability
- Large Data Set Requirements for A-Level Statistics
- Have completed GCSE Mathematics

**88% of our past students improved their final grades by at least one band from predicted grades!****What Complete A-Level Maths: Statistics Course in 6 Lectures teach:**The Westbound Maths Complete A-Level Applied Maths: Statistics Course covers the entire A-Level applied Maths: statistics syllabus which represents 1/6 of the final exam weight for A-Level Mathematics qualification. The course consists of 6 lectures with over 7 hours of class videos, accompanying exam- styled homework and detailed mark scheme for the following topics:**Statistical Sampling Methods:**random vs. non-random sampling methods, and their respective advantages and disadvantages**Statistical Measures:**measures of location including mode, median, mean, quartiles and percentiles; measures of spread including interquartile range (IQR), variance and standard deviation**Correlation, linear and exponential regression****Discrete Probability Distribution:**discrete uniform distribution, discrete non-uniform distribution; and binomial distribution**Continuous Probability Distribution:**normal distribution, standard normal distribution; approximating binomial distribution using normal distribution.**Hypothesis testing and its three applications:**1) testing for the correlation between two variables; 2) testing whether the probability of success in a binomial distribution is of a certain value; 3) testing whether the mean of a normal distribution is of a certain value.**Probability:**how to find probabilities using a Venn diagram; conditional probability.

**How to fully utilize the course materials:****Class video:**we always start with the key concepts and definition within a topic, and then jump straight into a past exam question (sourced across major exam boards) to see how these concepts are tested and applied, then you will be given an exam-styled classroom exercise for practice followed by a detailed step-by-step guide on how to solve it.**Handouts:**every lecture is accompanied with a handout that summarizes key concepts covered, exam- styled question solving examples, and classroom exercise solutions.**Homework with exam-styled questions**: for each lecture, the homework contains exam-styled questions which should be completed under exam conditions to help students identify any knowledge gap.**Mistake Diagnosis**: use the detailed sample solution to diagnose any mistake in homework which is the key to grade improvement.

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