AQA Psychology research methods - help!! Watch

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I'm fairly confident with all of the sections we need to cover for research methods but I am struggling so badly with inferential testing - I just don't get it and I'm awful at maths it just messes with my brain

Does anyone know in how much detail we need to know this section (inferential testing) like do we need to know how to calculate for each test: Spearman's rho, Pearson's r, Wilcoxon etc. ??? My paper 2 exam is this Friday, does anyone reckon I'll get away with not knowing the inferential testing section and still get my target grade of an A??
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The only test you need to know how to calulate is the sign test. for all the others you just need to know when and why they will be used.
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