So basically, at my school my maths class has moved onto GCSE Statistics having completed the maths GCSE early. However, we're moving at a snail's pace and we don't have a very good teacher at all but we have no choice but to go forward with Stats. *sigh*
Anyway, I was just wondering if anybody has done the statistics controlled assessment before? Also, is there a particular structure that you can follow when writing the plan etc? We're due to start the write up after half term and we've only had one extremely vague lesson on it...
Any guidance at all would be extremely appreciated!
Edit - I forgot to mention, the 'theme' for the CA is time.Last edited by physicalgraffiti; 13-02-2014 at 01:02.
I think I have a copy of my Edexcel Statistics coursework from 2 years ago on a different topic, in which I got a high A.
To be honest, courseworks are marked very harshly; I gave it my all and expected an A*, but it's really hard to get. Therefore, I focused more on the exam to get my A*
yes same i have the same coursework and i really need a lot of help!
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