Semester II Study Guide - AP Statistics

Seniors: Tuesday May 21, 2019


You are required to bring your own TI-84, pencil and eraser. It is a good idea to have a spare set of 4-AAA batteries with you in case your calculator needs it during the test.

Quarter Exams represent 20% of your grade (10% each). There will be 4 free response questions (10 min each), and 20 multiple choice questions (2-3 min each). They will be based on the Free Response questions you had on May 16, 2019. Here are some helpful links:

You are provided a Formula Sheet that also has tables for the Normal, T, and Chi-Square distributions.

The College Board that administers the AP exam has this helpful passage about what should be included in a free response question:

Show all your work. Indicate clearly the methods you use, because you will be scored on the correctness of your methods as well as on the accuracy and completeness of your results and explanations.


Here is a check list of some major topics from the first few chapters:

Review your work and note what you did well, correct your mistakes, and practice the topics you feel you haven't mastered.


Helpful Practice

I recommend going over old quizzes and tests to remind yourself of the questions you mastered and to master those you need to understand better.

Additionally, the following links have helpful review practice:
  1. Old Free Response Questions from Past Exams (and scoring guidelines)
  2. Chapter 1 Links
  3. Chapter 2 Links
  4. Chapter 3 Links
  5. Chapter 4 Links
  6. Chapter 5 Links
  7. Chapter 6 Links
  8. Chapter 7 Links
  9. Chapter 8 Links
  10. Chapter 9 Links
  11. Chapter 10 Links
  12. Chapter 11 Links
  13. Chapter 12 Links
  14. Chapter 13 Links
  15. Chapter 14 Links
  16. Google Classroom has solutions to all the study packets
  17. Rossman Applets
  18. online practice from StatTrek
  19. Sample questions from DS Marketing
  20. Links from Mrs Daniels's AP Course
  21. Multiple choice questions from GSU

Online quizzes
  1. Online Quiz on center spread and shape
    Online quiz on Graphs
  2. Online quiz on the normal distribution
  3. Online quiz on LSRL and correlation distribution
  4. Online quiz on sampling and experimental design


The exam is graded on a curve and represents 20% of your grade. Bring a calculator, a number 2 pencil and good eraser Finally, remember to go to bed at a descent hour so you are rested enough to think clearly, and have a healthy breakfast. Good luck!