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    Im struggling with stats in general, its been the hardest module by far to self teach, normally ill go through the textbook and do exercises ok with the odd topic i dont understand but with stats i dont understand anything. Is there anything you lot would recommend.

    Should I just go straight to past papers and see how they figure it out and just do all papers until I get it. I hate this module with passion
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    I could offer you some, but what level are studying?
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    (Original post by Greater)
    I could offer you some, but what level are studying?
    A level, Ive finished all modules except this and M1, Stats > C4
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    ok cool, i'll help you with stats
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    I'm in the same position. Stats is my worst module and don't really understand any of it.
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    (Original post by PhilGuitar)
    I'm in the same position. Stats is my worst module and don't really understand any of it.
    I found permutations and combinations difficult which I've skipped, and now everything seems alright. That chapter can suck balls
 
 
 
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