AP Statistics A, B

AP Statistics involves an in-depth study of statistics. It is a fast-paced, rigorous course designed to prepare students to take the

Advanced Placement test in Statistics. It is designed as a college-level course; students will be expected to spend 10-15 hours per

week outside of class reading and staying up-to-date on the course materials. In this course, it is necessary for students to be selfmotivated, highly disciplined, and responsible for their own learning. AP Statistics focuses on: exploratory analysis, experimental

design, probability and statistical inference.

Course Subject
Course Number
MA520A, 520B
Grade Level
11, 12
Course Duration
1 Year
Course Credit
1 AP Weighted Credit
Prerequisite
Passing grade in Algebra 2A/2B (or honors) and teacher recommendation
Course Fee
None