# Ch 3: OAE - Biology: Analysis & Interpretation of Data

Utilize this chapter to brush up on how to analyze and interpret scientific data. Each of our lessons is designed to prepare you for questions you could encounter on the OAE Biology exam.

## OAE - Biology: Analysis & Interpretation of Data - Chapter Summary

These video lessons cover how to use data in order to form analysis and draw logical conclusions. We provide a review of concepts like standard deviation and internal validity, so you'll be capable of interpreting scientific data on the OAE Biology exam. After completing this chapter, you'll be able to:

• Work with significant figures and scientific notation
• Convert between the metric system and other common units of measurement
• Use descriptive statistics
• Interpret basic errors in data
• Differentiate between mean, median and mode and find each in a data set
• Determine standard deviations
• Find trends and examine relationships using data
• Make estimates and hypotheses using categorical and quantitative data
• Draw conclusions based on internal validity

All of our video tutorials were put together by innovative instructors to help you review complicated subjects like data analysis in the easiest possible way. Once you think you know your way around categorical and quantitative data, try out our self-assessment quizzes to get a feel for the types of questions you'll encounter on the OAE Biology exam.

### OAE - Biology: Analysis & Interpretation of Data - Chapter Objectives

Passing the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Biology exam is a requirement for aspiring life sciences teachers Ohio. In order to achieve a passing grade, test-takers must earn a score of 220.

The OAE Biology exam consists of five domains, including one focused on the nature of science. This section includes questions related to data analysis and interpretation that this chapter is designed to help you with. Twenty percent of the questions on the exam are in this domain. You will need to complete the full exam in three hours. The computer-based test is made up of 150 multiple-choice questions.

11 Lessons in Chapter 3: OAE - Biology: Analysis & Interpretation of Data
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