**A-Level Maths - Statistics**

It's all the same really - probabilities and stats tests. If you're a vying Economist or have aspirations in finance, these modules will be your best friend.

It's all the same really - probabilities and stats tests. If you're a vying Economist or have aspirations in finance, these modules will be your best friend.

Get familiar with all of the probability equations for independent, dependent, mutually exclusive... etc. events. This knowledge is usually key to the easy marks at the start of a Statistics 1 paper.

Averages, spread of data (standard deviation etc.), frequency tables... the lot. Learning how to present data given to you in an exam carries a lot of easily accessible marks - make sure you don't lose out.

Some formulae and rules of thumb to work to in this topic - it's a short one.

Probability distribution tables, formulae, coding affecting mean and variance, calculating probabilities - it's all covered here.

This is probably the first distribution you'll have covered in Statistics. This covers everything you need to know about the Binomial Distribution across S1 and S2, including how to tackle a Binomial question. The S2 covered includes approximating the Binomial using other distributions.

These are usually pretty easy marks to access - just follow the formulae from your formula book. This covers the Product Moment Correlation Coefficient, Least Squares Regression Line and Spearman's Rank.