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Passing the AP Statistics exam can prepare students for a college-level workload, while also satisfying introductory statistics requirements before they even reach college.
The free Varsity Tutors AP Statistics app for iPhone and iPad uses professionally written material by experts in statistics to create a challenging and user-friendly study tool. Simulate test day by taking full-length, timed practice exams, which challenge your knowledge of statistical operations and vocabulary, while also providing you with the same tables and visual cues that you will receive on test day.
With detailed explanations of practice questions and answers, students can understand the calculations they are using, rather than simply using rote memorization of equations.
Explore individual concepts, such as z-scores, confidence intervals, determining significance, identifying statistical patterns, and random phenomena, among many other areas. Create digital flashcards for studying statistical definitions, or use the library of flashcards to test yourself on practice problems across a range of statistical ideas.
The app’s comprehensive diagnostic assessments might highlight your testing weakness in univariate data sets or confidence intervals. Plus, the portability and connectivity of the app allows you to share your results with others and study anywhere. The Varsity Tutors AP Statistics app for iPhone and iPad can make your preparation for the AP Statistics exam a simpler and more convenient process, so try it today.
- Bug fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
NOT for Advanced Placement statistics
This app is well-designed and has a good interface. However, I take issue with the title "AP Statistics". As a teacher, if I have to modify the questions for my students who are preparing for the actual AP exam administered by the College Board, then it isn't designed for AP students. My main issues: there are questions on topics not covered in the AP curriculum (ANOVA and Poisson, for example); most questions are unlike the questions they ask on the actual exam; the questions don't line up with the category under which they fall. For example, under the topic "How to conduct an experiment", there is a question about identifying a quantitative variable. This app might work for a general stat review, but I suspect that the authors have little or no experience with the AP curriculum.
Quality app, very helpful for students
This is an excellent free app to help with statistics!
Very useful and no in app purchases
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.