# Stats Pack

What is the Stats Pack?

Stats Pack has been developed in response to requests from students who have studied very little statistics before in their schooling and for whom Subject CT3 is a significant jump.

Whilst the Subject CT3 Course Notes do cover all that you need to know, it is our experience that some students can find the pace and brevity too much to gain a sufficient grasp of the subject and as a result find themselves at a disadvantage.

Therefore the Stats Pack covers the basic concepts of statistics at a slower pace with plenty of examples and careful explanations of where the results have come from.

Stats Pack is therefore appropriate for students who:

• have never met statistics before
• studied statistics a very long time ago and have forgotten the basics
• are struggling with Subject CT3 due to the pace of the course.

There are Course Notes (in both paper and eBook format) and an Online Classroom available for StatsPack.

The Course Notes consist of twelve chapters, each of which contains explanatory notes, examples and self-assessment questions to test understanding as well as extra practice questions for consolidation.

The Online Classroom gives you 12 months’ access (from the date your order is processed) to pre-recorded tutorials (covering the same material as the Course Notes) with worked examples. A sample unit can be found below:

Stats Pack has been designed to dip into when needed, but it can also be used as a complete course to be worked through from start to finish.

We recommend that you purchase the complete StatsPack, which contains the paper or eBook Course Notes and access to the Online Classroom. These products can be purchased separately if required.

## Which topics does the Stats Pack cover?

Stats Pack covers the ideas in Subject CT3 Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as providing an introduction to Chapter 13.

The topics include:

• Statistical diagrams
• Averages and measures of spread
• Probability
• Random variables and statistical distributions
• Regression and correlation.

## Stats Pack samples

Extra Practice Questions