Frequently Asked Questions
What is the mission of Your Stat Class?
The mission of Your Stat Class is to bring the wonderful world of statistics via a free statistics course to everyone around the world! We firmly believe education should be accessed by all.
What information and topics can I expect to learn from this Elementary Statistics content?
The information found on this site is similar to information taught in a first-semester college applied statistics course. This free statistics course offers a full course curriculum. The course contains a free textbook with 315 pages of content, over 50 video examples and hundreds of practice/test problems. Topics include, but not limited to, descriptive statistics, probability, normal distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and regression. You can view the table of contents via the Textbook page.
Is the content found on this site REALLY equivalent to a typical first-semester Elementary Statistics course?
Yes!! There are only a few topics omitted. Appendix H contains the list of omitted topics. To view Appendix H, click on the Appendix icon via the Textbook page.
Which topics are not covered in this course?
Topics include, but not limited to, the geometric and Poisson distributions as well as multiple regression. Appendix H contains the list of omitted topics. To view Appendix H, click on the Appendix icon via the Textbook page.
Is the book really FREE?!?!
YES!! As a matter of fact, all the content on the site is free for students to use. In addition, anyone with internet access can view it. There is no charge for anyone to use or access any of the content on the site. We truly offer a free statistics course with a free textbook!
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I’m an instructor. Can I adopt your textbook and materials for my class?
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I'm a student using Your Stat Class to learn Elementary Statistics. I need additional help. Do you offer tutoring?
Yes! If you have questions about anything related to the textbook, homework, or tests, you can email us your questions! We have tutors who can help you! Email: email@example.com.
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