Statistics outside OU?  page 2
Anyone know of any short classes outside OU that do NOT require algebra to take it? OU told me I could take stats concurrently with Evidence, but apparentely that is not true. But due to not being able to get into Student Center... Read More

0Jan 10, '13 by funfunfun550I saw where someone posted about Stats @ Rio Salado...are they exams proctored>? Can you work at your own pace>>>

0Jan 10, '13 by woodsyny, BSN, RNI am going to see if I can take stats and business communication at cal campus.edu. I am on vacation so will inquire when I get back. It is regionally accredited

0Jan 11, '13 by rninmeQuote from funfunfun550I looked into Rio  but you have to have taken college algebra within the last 5 (or 10) years. Someone will correct me. There is NO algebra prereq for stats at OU.I saw where someone posted about Stats @ Rio Salado...are they exams proctored>? Can you work at your own pace>>>

1Jan 11, '13 by enuf_alreadyQuote from rninmeYou are correct that OU requires NO algebra or math prerequisite. The last math class I took was in high school back in the 70s. My diploma program required pharmacology through the school of nursing which included math and drug calculations, but it was not a math class. It was also in the 70s. The actual math used in stats is not complex.
I looked into Rio  but you have to have taken college algebra within the last 5 (or 10) years. Someone will correct me. There is NO algebra prereq for stats at OU.funfunfun550 likes this. 
0Jan 11, '13 by rninmeQuote from enuf_alreadyI actually LOVED stats at OU. Well organized and the prof that I had posted videos explaining each and every step of the process. Best class I took at OU!!You are correct that OU requires NO algebra or math prerequisite. The last math class I took was in high school back in the 70s. My diploma program required pharmacology through the school of nursing which included math and drug calculations, but it was not a math class. It was also in the 70s. The actual math used in stats is not complex.

0Jan 12, '13 by funfunfun550I think I am going to take the Stats concurrently with the nursing class///no proctored exams correct?

0Feb 6, '13 by travelovingnurseQuote from rninmeWhich stats did you take and which teacher? Thanks!I actually LOVED stats at OU. Well organized and the prof that I had posted videos explaining each and every step of the process. Best class I took at OU!!

0Feb 6, '13 by cincinursemaryQuote from travelovingnurseThe stats that I took was Elementary Statistical Reasoning, with Professor K.Which stats did you take and which teacher? Thanks!
She is the prof in rninme's post I think.
There are 2 proctored exams. Not that difficult......you have to prepare, and practice the problems. Exams are open book and open note. If you take good notes and write out the steps in a way that makes sense to you, it is not too hard. I took my exams at my hospital library for free. 
0Feb 9, '13 by rninmeQuote from cincinursemaryTake good notes if you need to  I printed off the practice examples and explanations and worked them out. Also printed out the module assignments and worked those out also. Tabbed them  mod 1, mod 2, etc. I also tabbed sections of the books. Dr K lets you know how many points will be from each module on the midterm and on the final. Great class  and I HATE math!! The discussion board for each module is also a life saver. If you can't figure something out  ask your classmates. And the videos rocked!!The stats that I took was Elementary Statistical Reasoning, with Professor K.
She is the prof in rninme's post I think.
There are 2 proctored exams. Not that difficult......you have to prepare, and practice the problems. Exams are open book and open note. If you take good notes and write out the steps in a way that makes sense to you, it is not too hard. I took my exams at my hospital library for free.