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I have been trying to work on formulas. My start date got moved to May 1st, due to problems that WGU made a mistake and had my transcripts showing it was from them. So I decided to start learning formulas for Statistics. So far I just don't get what is needed to be successful. Watching YouTube videos, etc.
Is there a final exam in this class?
Is there a software like Excel that is used?
Can you use calculators?
Any help would be appreciatedLast edit by JustBeachyNurse on Mar 8
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- Mar 9 by RNTCI completed statistics in healthcare. If you are taking this class I would not concentrate on formulas. Get the basic terminology down and do all the webinars and course of study.
- Apr 19 by E2NURSEI too start statistics at wgu in May. I am also curious to know all the questions you asked. I hope someone answers soon.
- Apr 19 by skoolrnJust finished Applied Healthcare Statistics. You don't do any math! You dont need a calculator! You don't need to memorize formulas! However, you do need to understand and remember a lot of theory. It has been my hardest class yet. It took me 3 weeks to complete the course of study. I did pass my assessment on the first try. Yes it is a proctored exam, 47 questions all multiple choice. You need a 63% to pass (which is the cut score for a B). You may go to an authorized testing center or use the webcam that comes in your new student welcome kit which you receive about 2 weeks after you start. The course of study will tell you exactly what you need to know.