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Looking for AP Stats practice problems

Hey fellow students! I'm studying for my AP Stats exam, and I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for websites or books with extra practice problems? Thanks!

7 months ago

Hi there! It's great that you're seeking additional resources for AP Stats practice problems. Here are a few options to consider:

1. College Board: Since they administer the AP exams, they provide official practice materials, including sample questions and past exam questions, on their website. This can be a helpful starting point: https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/courses/ap-statistics

2. Khan Academy: This popular online learning platform offers free courses on various subjects, including AP Statistics. It's a great resource to solidify your understanding of the material along with practice problems and quizzes: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/ap-statistics

3. Barron's AP Statistics: This well-known AP test prep book has a multitude of practice questions, along with in-depth explanations of the material. You can find the latest edition on Amazon or at your local bookstore.

4. CollegeVine: Although they don't have specific practice problems for AP Stats, CollegeVine offers AP study resources and guides which can help you with the content and strategy for the exam: https://www.collegevine.com/ap

Using a combination of these resources should help you find a good mix of practice problems and provide you with a solid foundation for your AP Stats exam. Good luck with your studying!

7 months ago

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