AP Statistics

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Research & Education Assoc., Oct 21, 2009 - Study Aids - 462 pages
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Are You Serious About Scoring a 5 on Your Advanced Placement* Exam? Then You Need REA’s test prep for the AP* Statistics exam - with TestWare CD 

Our AP* Statistics test prep gives you everything you need to score a 5 on the exam! Written by award-winning mathematics teachers, this fourth edition of our popular Advanced Placement* test prep is completely up-to-date and aligned with the official AP* exam. The book contains in-depth reviews of all the topics covered on the AP* Statistics exam.

A glossary of terms all AP* Statistics students should know and an appendix of commonly used formulas are included for extra study and review. As an added bonus, each chapter features “trial run” review questions and solutions that help you study smarter and boost your AP* score.

The test prep includes four full-length practice exams with detailed explanations of all answers, a custom study schedule, and test-taking strategies. The practice tests are composed of every type of question that can be expected on the actual AP* Statistics exam, so you can “practice for real” and target your strengths and weaknesses before the test.

Two of the book’s practice tests are included on CD in a timed format with automatic, instant scoring. Our interactive TestWare CD offers detailed on-screen answers, diagnostic feedback, plus an extended time function for students with disabilities.

If you’re serious about getting a 5 on your exam, then you need REA’s test prep for the AP* Statistics exam!

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ABOUT OUR AUTHORS  
Robin Levine-Wissing is currently the Instructional Supervisor for Mathematics and an AP Statistics Instructor at Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Illinois. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Education from American University, in Washington, D.C., a master’s degree in Communication Sciences from Kean University of New Jersey, and an Educational Leadership certificate from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. 
She has been teaching mathematics for 28 years, AP Statistics for 10 years, and has been a reader of the AP Statistics exams for 6 years. Beginning in June 2006, Robin will be a table leader for the College Board. She has been an AP ­College Board Faculty Consultant and workshop presenter since 2000. Robin is also a current Teachers Teaching with Technology (T^3) National Instructor, training teachers on handheld and computer technology for mathematics classes. She has presented workshops across the United States, Hawaii, and Canada for teachers of mathematics and statistics.
Robin was the 1993 recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, a 1998 Tandy Technology Scholar, and 1996 Clark County Teacher of the Year.   
David Thiel is a 20-year teacher of mathematics and physics in Las Vegas, ­Nevada, and has a passion for probability and statistics. He has been teaching statistics for 15 years and has been involved in the Advanced Placement Statistics Program since its inception in 1996. He is a College Board consultant for AP Statistics and has been an exam reader for 6 years.  
David presently spends his days as a K-12 mathematics specialist for the Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program, where he provides training to teachers of all levels in mathematics content and pedagogy. David is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Economics and the University of Nevada-­Las Vegas, where he teaches courses in introductory statistics. David has earned several honors in his teaching career, including the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, the Tandy Technology Scholars Award, and Outstanding Part-time Instructor at UNLV.  He is a graduate of Montana State University, from which he holds both a B.S. and an M.S. in Mathematics.       

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