# Statistics outside OU? - page 2

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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 pre-req 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 pre-req for stats at OU.funfunfun550 likes this. - 0Jan 11, '13 by rninmeQuote from enuf_alreadyI actuallyYou 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.
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!!*LOVED* - 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
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!!*LOVED* - 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.