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Are there any good cites to help me study for the AP Statistics Exam

I'm taking the AP Statistics exam in a few weeks. I was wondering if anyone knows any good websites that have review material, testing strategies, and practice tests. #ap #statistics #ap-exam

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Theodore’s Answer

One recommendation that I don't see a lot is to learn all of the statistical tools on your calculator. I took nearly the entire exam on my calculator as the tools you are allowed to use save a lot of time and provide accurate results

As for practice, if you can practice old exams or similar problems that's the best way to get a good idea of what you do and don't know.
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Mitchell’s Answer

Wikipedia is surprisingly good for review of statistical concepts.

I also rather like https://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/index.htm for a different perspective.

The R swirl package also has some automated lessons in statistics.

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Shay’s Answer

Use the College Board AP website because they have practice tests for this year and actual AP tests from previous years. Khan Academy is also great for conceptual test prep material and for some practice questions, but the College Board tests will be much better. These sources are both free to use as well.
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Kitt’s Answer

It's not wholly complete yet, but you can check out the materials that Khan Academy has for AP Statistics: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability/ap-statistics

Thank you comment icon Khan academy is a very good start for the preparation. I highly recommend it. Haritha Gangavarapu
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Shay’s Answer

Use the College Board AP website because they have practice tests for this year and actual AP tests from previous years. Khan Academy is also great for conceptual test prep material and for some practice questions, but the College Board tests will be much better. These sources are both free to use as well.
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