This course covers everything in the statistics component of ALevel Maths AS content, usually covered in the first year of study (Year 12). The course is suitable for all major exam boards, including Edexcel, OCR, AQA and MEI. Please view the sample lessons in the first section of the course below.
What you’ll learn

ALevel statistics

Probability

Hypothesis tests

Binomial distribution

Measures of location and spread

Data analysis
Requirements

Good knowledge of GCSE maths or equivalent

A good scientific calculator (e.g. Casio classwiz fx991EX or graphical calculator).
ALevel Maths: Statistics (Year 1 / AS) Description
ALevel Maths: Statistics (Year 1 / AS) is a course for anyone studying ALevel Maths:
This course covers everything in the statistics component of maths ALevel AS content, usually covered in the first year of study (Year 12). The course is suitable for all major exam boards, including Edexcel, OCR, AQA and MEI. It is also a great introduction to statistics for anyone interested in getting started.
The main sections of the course are:
 Analysing Data – we will learn how to calculate means and medians, including from grouped data and using linear interpolation, as well as a range of different measures of spread, including interquartile range and standard deviation. We also how to merge data sets and how to code data.
 Representing Data – we will learn a wide range of different ways to represent data, such as histograms, cumulative frequency curves and box plots. We also look at what outliers are, and how to represent these.
 Bivariate Data – we will learn how to represent bivariate data in a scatter graph, how to interpret correlation, and look at regression lines.
 Probability – we learn what independent and mutually exclusive events are, and how to represent these in Venn diagrams and tree diagrams.
 Binomial Distribution – we learn what the binomial distribution is, how to calculate probabilities with it, including how to use a calculator to speed things up.
 Hypothesis Tests – we learn how carry out a binomial hypothesis test, including onetailed and twotailed tests, as well as critical regions.
 Sampling – we review all the major sampling techniques, both random and nonrandom, applying them to real data sets and discussing the strengths and weaknesses of each.
 Large Data Sets – I have made introductions to the large data set for Edexcel, AQA, OCR and MEI.
There are four extra extended videos at the end where I go questionbyquestion through the statistics content in the specimen papers of Edexcel, OCR, AQA and MEI.
What you get in this course:
Videos: Watch as I explain each topic, introducing all the key ideas, and then go through a range of different examples, covering all the important ideas in each. In these videos I also point out the most common misconceptions and errors so that you can avoid them.
Quizzes: Each subsection is followed by a short quiz for you to test your understanding of the content just covered. Most of the questions in the quizzes are taken from real ALevel past papers. Feel free to ask for help if you get stuck on these!
Worksheets: At the end of each chapter I have made a collection of different questions taken from real ALevel past papers for you to put it all together and try for yourself. At the bottom of each worksheet is a full markscheme so you can see how you have done.
I really hope you enjoy this course!
Woody
Who this course is for:
 Students taking (or planning to take) Alevel maths.
 Anyone interested in working through an introductory course in statistics.
Best online teaching I have experienced. The course brings the fun back to maths and engages me fully, making me want to learn more. Additionally, it has given me even more appreciation for Mathematics.