Statistics AS and A2 Level at Boston College
Statistics is a very useful subject to combine with such subjects as science, psychology and economics. You will study topics such as: sampling, probability, data collection, binomial/poisson distributions, normal distribution, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression, non-parametric testing, interpretation of data and time series.
This is a modular course consisting of six modules. Students who are successful at completing the first three modules may be awarded an AS level qualification. On successful completion of all six modules a full A level qualification will be awarded.
The first three modules, will include the following topics:
- Data collection
- Binomial/poisson distributions
- Normal distribution
- Hypothesis testing
- Correlation & regression
- Non-parametric testing
- Time series
- Interpretation of data
5 GCSEs at grades C or above (New GCSE grade - 5 and above) including Maths at grade B or above (New GCSE grade - 6 or above) or equivalent.
Successful completion will assist you to progress onto higher education and enhance your career prospects within a range of employment sectors.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Boston College directly.