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Complete A-Level Maths: Statistics in 6 Lectures

| Exam-focused Course | A-Level Maths Statistics| Sampling Methods| Correlation| Probability Distribution| Probability|
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 27m
Language: English
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Founded by two recent Cambridge graduates, Westbound Maths has been running in-person training for students based in North London since 2018, and now we are online! Our courses are designed for Exam Preparation and Grade Improvement with proven results- 88% of our past students improved their final grades by at least one band from predicted grades!

What Complete A-Level Maths: Statistics Course in 6 Lectures teach:
The Westbound Maths Complete A-Level Applied Maths: Statistics Course covers the entire A-Level applied Maths: statistcis syllabus which represents 1/6 of the final exam weight for A-Level Mathematics qualification. The course consists of 6 lectures with over 7 hours of class videos, accompanying exam- styled homework and detailed mark scheme for the following topics:
•Statistical Sampling Methods: random vs. non-random sampling methods, and their respective advantages and disadvantages
•Statistical Measures: measures of location including mode, median, mean, quartiles and percentiles; measures of spread including interquartile range (IQR), variance and standard deviation
•Correlation, linear and exponential regression
•Discrete Probability Distribution: discrete uniform distribution, discrete non-uniform distribution; and binomial distribution
Continuous Probability Distribution: normal distribution, standard normal distribution; approximating binomial distribution using normal distribution.
•Hypothesis testing and its three applications: 1) testing for the correlation between two variables; 2) testing whether the probability of success in a binomial distribution is of a certain value; 3) testing whether the mean of a normal distribution is of a certain value.
•Probability: how to find probabilities using a Venn diagram; conditional probability.

How to fully utilize the course materials:
•Class video: we always start with the key concepts and definition within a topic, and then jump straight into a past exam question (sourced across major exam boards) to see how these concepts are tested and applied, then you will be given an exam-styled classroom exercise for practice followed by a detailed step-by-step guide on how to solve it.
•Handouts: every lecture is accompanied with a handout that summarizes key concepts covered, exam- styled question solving examples, and classroom exercise solutions.
•Homework with exam-styled questions: for each lecture, the homework contains exam-styled questions which should be completed under exam conditions to help students identify any knowledge gap.
•Mistake Diagnosis : use the detailed sample solution to diagnose any mistake in homework which is the key to grade improvement.

You will learn

✓ A- Level Applied Mathematics: Statistics topics
✓ Statistical sampling: random vs. non-random sampling methods
✓ Statistical measures of location: median, mode, mean, quartiles and percentiles
✓ Statistical measure of spread: interquartile range, percentile range, variance, standard deviation
✓ Correlation, linear and exponential regression
✓ Discrete Probability Distribution: discrete uniform distribution, binomial distribution
✓ Continuous Probability Distribution: normal distribution, standard normal distribution
✓ Approximating binomial distribution with normal distribution
✓ Hypothesis Testing of correlation, binomial and normal distribution parameters
✓ Venn diagram, tree diagram, Conditional Probability
✓ Large Data Set


• Have completed GCSE Mathematics

This course is for

• Parents of Year 13/A-Level students who want to improve grades and revise for exams
• Parents of Year 12/AS Level students who want to challenge themselves and study Year 13 content ahead
• Parents of GCSE students who want to challenge themselves and study A-Level content ahead
• Parents of Further Maths students who want a consolidated recap of Mathematics subjects
A- Level Maths Trainer
Founder of Westbound Maths
MPhil Economics, University of Cambridge
BSc Economics, London School of Economics (LSE)

Jenny founded Westbound Maths after graduating Cambridge University with a master’s degree in Economics. Westbound Maths courses are designed for exam preparation and grade improvement to bridge the gap between learning and exam taking with proven results. 88% of our past students improved their grades by at least one band in their final exams.
Jenny has been doing A-Level Mathematics tutoring and classroom teaching since 2016. She taught at the Millwall Youth Football club and tutored students of all grades. More importantly, having been a student until recently, Jenny understands the challenges of exam-taking and help students target that in particular.
​The idea of an exam-centric Maths course came to Jenny and her partner when they were tutoring students for their A-Level exams. The most common struggle their students faced was to translate classroom learning into answering exam questions. In searching for a solution, they were surprised to find little resource on exam-taking techniques. So they started Westbound Maths, a structured training course specifically designed to prepare students for exams from early on and help student achieve desirable grades.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 27m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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