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We provide the highest-quality tutoring service, tutoring students from around the world.

We proudly have a 5.0 star rating, the highest available rating on Google.

What is the AP Statistics Exam?

AP Statistics is a course offered in high school that is equivalent to a one-semester Statistics college course which focuses on topics such as probability, statistical inference, and sampling.  By taking this course, students are afforded the opportunity to receive college credit in Statistics and/or the advantage taking more advanced courses in college.

Students who are wishing to receive college credit from taking this class must score a 3 or higher on the AP Statistics Exam in May.

This 2-hour exam measures how well students can correctly recall and utilize cumulative knowledge learned in their AP Statistics class.  Students must apply this knowledge in order to correctly answer both multiple-choice and free-response questions.

Students are allowed to use a graphing calculator with statistics capabilities on the entire exam.

The AP Statistics Exam is divided into 2 different parts:

Part 1 contains

multiple-choice questions

Each question will have 4 answer choices.

Students will have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete this section with the use of a calculator.

This section is worth 50% of the entire exam.

No partial credit will be given for any incorrect answers.

Part 2 contains

free-response questions

Students will have to complete 5 short-answer questions containing 1-4 sub-questions each,  and 1 investigative task question containing 5-6 sub-questions.

Students will have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete this section with the use of a calculator.

This section is worth 50% of the entire exam.

Partial credit may be given for incorrect answers.

Topics on the AP Sociology Exam include:

  • Chi-Square Tests
  • Collecting Data & Study Design
  • Inference Procedures for Population Means of Quantitative Data
  • Inference Procedures for Proportions of a Categorical Variable
  • One-Variable & Two-Variable Data
  • Probability
  • Sampling Distributions
  • Random Variables
  • Regression Model Slopes

Prerequisites that students need to master for the AP Sociology Exam:

How is the AP Sociology Exam scored?

Both sections are scored together through the use of computers, especially appointed college professors, and experienced AP Statistics teachers.  This encompasses a student’s composite score which is then translated to the 1-5 scoring system by statistical and mathematical processes.  Students with a score of 3 or higher will be able to submit their scores to prospective colleges to gain college credit in Statistics and/or advanced placement in future college courses.

In 2018, only 14.1% of all students who participated in the AP Sociology Exam obtained a perfect score of 5.

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In-person one-on-one AP Sociology tutoring across Long Island

Specialized in-person AP Sociology group sessions across Long Island

Interactive online AP Sociology tutoring for students who prefer learning online

The Glaser Tutoring Company provides the most engaging and encouraging tutoring environment, enabling each student to master the necessary material required for the AP Sociology Exam.

Make progress in as little as your first session

Learn in your own unique style, from making quick improvements starting with your first session, ultimately leading up to completely understanding the material required to perform well on in-class quizzes and exams, and the AP Sociology Exam.

What is the AP Statistics Exam?

AP Statistics is a course offered in high school that is equivalent to a one-semester Statistics college course which focuses on topics such as probability, statistical inference, and sampling.  By taking this course, students are afforded the opportunity to receive college credit in Statistics and/or the advantage taking more advanced courses in college.

Students who are wishing to receive college credit from taking this class must score a 3 or higher on the AP Statistics Exam in May.

This 2-hour exam measures how well students can correctly recall and utilize cumulative knowledge learned in their AP Statistics class.  Students must apply this knowledge in order to correctly answer both multiple-choice and free-response questions.

Students are allowed to use a graphing calculator with statistics capabilities on the entire exam.

The AP Statistics Exam is divided into 2 different sections:

Section 1 contains

multiple-choice questions

Each question will have 4 answer choices.

Students will have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete this section with the use of a calculator.

This section is worth 50% of the entire exam.

No partial credit will be given for any incorrect answers.

 

Section 2 contains

free-response questions

Students will have to complete 5 short-answer questions containing 1-4 sub-questions each,  and 1 investigative task question containing 5-6 sub-questions.

Students will have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete this section with the use of a calculator.

This section is worth 50% of the entire exam.

Partial credit may be given for incorrect answers.

 

Topics on the AP Statistics Exam include:

 

Chi-Square Tests

Collecting Data & Study Design

Inference Procedures for Population Means of Quantitative Data

Inference Procedures for Proportions of a Categorical Variable

One-Variable & Two-Variable Data

Probability

Sampling Distributions

Random Variables

Regression Model Slopes

How is the AP Statistics Exam scored?

Both sections are scored together through the use of computers, specially appointed college professors, and experienced AP Statistics teachers.  This encompasses a student’s composite score which is then translated to the 1-5 scoring system by statistical and mathematical processes.  Students with a score of 3 or higher will be able to submit their scores to prospective colleges to gain college credit in Statistics and/or advanced placement in future college courses.

The Glaser Tutoring Company provides the most engaging and encouraging tutoring environment, enabling each student to master the necessary material required for the AP Statistics Exam.

Here’s how we can help you succeed

In-person one-on-one AP Statistics tutoring across Long Island

Specialized in-person AP Statistics group sessions across Long Island

Interactive online AP Statistics tutoring for students who prefer learning online

Whatever your specific needs are, The Glaser Tutoring Company provides the best environment for optimal learning.

Make progress in as little as your first session

Learn in your own unique style, from making quick improvements starting with your first session, ultimately leading up to completely understanding the material required to perform well on in-class quizzes and exams, and the AP Statistics Exam.

In 2018, only 14.1% of all students who participated in the AP Statistics Exam obtained a perfect score of 5.

Will you be next?

Let us help you reach your highest potential.

The best one-on-one tutoring experience

Who benefits from AP Statistics tutoring?

 

The standardized AP Statistics Exam at the end of the school year is often viewed as one of the harder Advanced Placement Exams for students mainly because of the vast breadth of material that is required to be mastered, which includes, but is not limited to, T-test, ANOVA, F-statistics and chi-squared analysis.  This might leave students feeling overwhelmed as the school year progresses, hindering their overall AP Statistics performance.

Instead of spending countless hours attempting to master past Statistics material while concurrently learning new material, students will benefit under the guidance and mentorship of a professional one-on-one AP Statistics tutor from The Glaser Tutoring Company.  This experienced tutor will be able to identify past

academic obstacles in the student’s AP Statistics class and address them directly, boosting the student’s cumulative understanding and performance for current and future topics.

In addition to correcting past Statistics obstacles, a skilled AP Statistics tutor will introduce and educate students on current topics in the most engaging and enjoyable manner, constantly adjusting the teaching style in order to complement a student’s unique learning ability.  This naturally will enable students to maximally absorb and retain the given information, leading to an overall increase in their confidence when performing on classroom quizzes and tests, as well as on the standardized AP Statistics Exam, which is given in May.

Who benefits from AP Statistics tutoring?

The standardized AP Statistics Exam at the end of the school year is often viewed as one of the harder Advanced Placement Exams for students mainly because of the vast breadth of material that is required to be mastered, which includes, but is not limited to, T-test, ANOVA, F-statistics and chi-squared analysis.  This might leave students feeling overwhelmed as the school year progresses, hindering their overall AP Statistics performance.

Instead of spending countless hours attempting to master past Statistics material while concurrently learning new material, students will benefit under the guidance and mentorship of a professional one-on-one AP Statistics tutor from The Glaser Tutoring Company.  This experienced tutor will be able to identify past academic obstacles in the student’s AP Statistics class and address them directly, boosting the student’s cumulative understanding and performance for current and future topics.

In addition to correcting past Statistics obstacles, a skilled AP Statistics tutor will introduce and educate students on current topics in the most engaging and enjoyable manner, constantly adjusting the teaching style in order to complement a student’s unique learning ability.  This naturally will enable students to maximally absorb and retain the given information, leading to an overall increase in their confidence when performing on classroom quizzes and tests, as well as on the standardized AP Statistics Exam, which is given in May.

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During their academic career, students may fall into the habit of memorizing facts as their primary method of learning.  However, this does not allow students to think for themselves.  Instead, we constantly challenge our students in a way that requires them to think and formulate their own decisions, leading to intellectual growth.

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Mastery does not happen overnight.  It requires hard work, perseverance, and a commitment to lifelong learning.  We help our students maintain their commitment throughout their academic journey.

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We focus on something more important than just getting a certain grade on a transcript or report card.  Our goal is to provide our students with an interdisciplinary understanding that will help them perform better both in and out of the classroom.

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Each student has a unique learning style

We understand that everyone learns differently.  That's why we tailor our lessons to meet the specific needs of each individual student.

Learn how to think, not what to think

During their academic career, students may fall into the habit of memorizing facts as their primary method of learning. However, this does not allow students to think for themselves.  Instead, we constantly challenge our students in a way that requires them to think and formulate their own decisions, leading to intellectual growth.

Nothing great is achieved without commitment

Mastery does not happen overnight.  It requires hard work, perseverance, and a commitment to lifelong learning.  We help our students maintain their commitment throughout their academic journey.

Grades are the result, not the goal

We focus on something more important than just getting a certain grade on a transcript.  Our goal is to provide our students an interdisciplinary understanding that will help them perform better both in and out of the classroom.

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