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To find out the AP Score Requirements for Colleges and how much credit a college will give you for each passing AP Score depends on the college!! This link takes you to the College Board search engine to research over 1000 universities to which you may be applying. If you have any doubts, call the college directly.
Thinking about taking AP Stats at Liberty next year? Do it!! Stats applies to every career I can think of. Many large companies are hiring on-site statisticians to help analyze the company's data, such as product information or marketing strategies. It has become a very important part of the workforce and having even a little background on stats will give you more hiring potential. More info about AP Stats at Liberty HS.
Under What We Did in Class I will post our daily agenda, any assigned homework, as well as any information I neglected to mention during the class period.
In the Files menu are HW calendars, and any activities that you request to have posted. You will find the book solutions and power points that we use in class on my secure website.
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The next after school FRQ grading party is TBD!!
Many students think it is okay to not do the homework, because AP Stats is the easy AP class!!
AP Stats is an Advanced Placement course, with college level content. I see many students not retaining information. The fastest way to learn the information and retain the material in your long term memory is to practice doing problems. If you are faking your way through the homework, this does not count as practicing problems. Doing the problems for understanding is the vital step struggling students fail to complete. You need to do the homework, and if you get something wrong, then... you need to fix it!!
There is no one that can do the homework for you!!
By completing practice problems, you also begin to naturally memorize information. If you are still struggling with a topic, put the information on 3 by 5 cards and use them as flash cards. Also, get questions answered right away...do not wait. If one topic leads to the next topic, then you will be confusing when we apply the old within the new. Trying to cram all the information into your brain right before a midterm, does not work. With statistics (aka math topics) research has proven that students do better when they...
Do Practice Problems!!
Take my advice, but if you ignore it, the consequences are on you. Adults do know what they are talking about because we have been there and done that!