28 May 2018

AP Focus - Statistics

Students in Concordia’s Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics class are learning how to do research, how to make sense of data and describe it, and how to make correlations.

“AP Statistics helps me view the world more skeptically,” said Chris (G12), “I feel I have control over the information given to me and I understand how to analyze it.”

Students in Concordia’s AP Statistics class do surveys and design experiments to set reliable parameters and interpret the results, and learn how to interpret whether results are statistically significant.

Students also learn how statistics can be used for false purposes - and how they can be a savvy consumers.

AP Statistics is one of three tool sets that go into University-level Big Data (the others being Math and Computer Science).

Posted in: High School, Math





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