You can use the AP Statistics Question of the Day to get into the habit of thinking about Statistics content on a daily basis when studying for the AP exam. Varsity Tutors' AP Statistics Questions of the Day are drawn from each topic and question type covered on the AP Statistics exam.
Question of the Day: AP Statistics
Shawn would like to determine what the most popular television channel is in his town, called Hearne.
Which of the following would be an appropriate target population for the survey?
Residents of the town whose contact information can be found in the local directory
Purchasers of a television at the local electronics store
Students at the local high school
Shoppers at the local grocery store
Attendees of a mass at a local Church
The AP Statistics course is a college-level, single semester offering you can take that is designed to teach the foundational concepts of statistics and prepare you for this coursework in college. If you’re taking this course, you’re probably concerned about your upcoming AP Statistics exam. You likely realize that daily test practice works much better for long-term retention of course information than last-minute cram sessions. Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools are here to help. These tools will help you study for your exam, as well as keep information from your AP Statistics class in your mind. One of these Learning Tools is the Question of the Day. Whether you need Statistics tutoring in Orlando, Statistics tutoring in Memphis, or Statistics tutoring in Phoenix, working one-on-one with an expert may be just the boost your studies need.
When you take an AP Statistics class, you show colleges that you are serious about furthering your education, especially in one of the many health, science, or business fields that require statistics. You are also serious about getting college credit for the class, so that you can take higher level classes once you become an undergraduate. Perhaps you want to advance to your graduate studies faster. Completing AP courses shows that you are committed to your education – but it is not without its semester-related stresses. You need daily test review in order to be prepared for your AP Statistics exam. Varsity Tutors offers resources like free AP Statistics Practice Tests to help with your self-paced study, or you may want to consider an AP Statistics tutor.
The AP Statistics Question of the Day updates with a new question every day of the week. These questions are inspired by past exam questions, which helps you prepare for seeing material that you may not have studied recently. The AP Statistics Question of the Day also helps you prepare for the pressure of the exam environment by timing how long you take to answer the question. The three-hour long AP Statistics exam is divided into two parts, the first of which is multiple-choice, just like the Question of the Day. You will have 90 minutes to answer 40 questions, giving you around two minutes to recall information from your coursework. When you take advantage of the timer on the Question of the Day, you can see how long you take to work through problems. This helps you take the multiple-choice part of the AP exam in stride, and also figure out which concepts you must study more thoroughly so that you do not take as long to remember the information. In addition to the AP Statistics Question of the Day and AP Statistics tutoring, you may also want to consider taking some of our AP Statistics Diagnostic Tests.
The AP Statistics Question of the Day offers more advantages, like comparison charts and a detailed explanation about the correct answer to the question. You can use these charts to see how well you do over time when you answer numerous Questions of the Day, and also compare your knowledge to other students who are taking the AP Statistics exam.
The Question of the Day is just one of many free AP Statistics practice tools in the Learning Tools suite that you can use to enhance your test review. Review the pre-made flashcards to review at your leisure on your Internet-connected device or check out the Learn by Concept interactive syllabus to delve into specific AP Statistics concepts. Whatever tools you use, you will find that they are an asset to your AP Statistics study plan.