Ch 50: ORELA Math: Statistics Overview

It's likely you'll encounter a number of statistics questions on the ORELA Math assessment. Use the entertaining, quick videos in this chapter to get prepared. If you need additional review after watching the videos, consult their transcripts- they highlight the important concepts.

ORELA Math: Statistics Overview - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides a set of quick, engaging, easy-to-follow videos that explain some of the statistics concepts you need to know for the ORELA Math certification assessment. Lesson topics cover the following:

• A comparison of descriptive and inferential stats
• Populations and samples in statistics
• Parameters and how they differ from stats
• Quantitative, categorical, discrete and other types of data
• Using data to judge the strength of a model
• Experimental vs. observational studies
• Sampling, random selection and random allocation

If you get hung up anywhere or need our instructors to explain a concept that doesn't make sense, let them know you need assistance. Don't forget to take the lesson quizzes- they provide a great way to practice for the assessment.

Objectives of the ORELA Math: Statistics Overview Chapter

This chapter breaks down the basic statistics concepts you're expected to know for the ORELA certification assessment for math instructors. If you want to see what questions on the ORELA look like, simply refer to our lesson quizzes, which mimic the exam format. You'll have four hours and fifteen minutes to complete the entire 150-question exam.

Questions concerning statistics, probability, and discrete math, including some of the concepts covered in this chapter, make up 19% of the ORELA Math assessment. Accounting for just as much of the test are trigonometry and calculus, math processes and number sense, and measurement and geometry. The final 24% of the exam is devoted to patterns, algebra and functions.

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