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NZAMT NZQA NZ Grapher NZ Maths Census at School Study It Khan Academy Desmos

3.8 Time Series | 3.9 Bivariate Data | 3.10 Inference | 3.11 Experiments | 3.12 Evaluate Reports | 3.13 Probability | 3.14 Distributions

Maths for Business & Humanities (Statistics)

Topics Covered at Nayland College:

3.8 Time Series Int 91580 (4 credits)
3.9 Bivariate Data Int 91581 (4 credits)
3.10 Inference Int 91581 (4 credits)
3.11 Experiments Int 91582 (4 credits)
3.13 Probability Ext91585 (4 credits)
3.14 Distributions Ext 91586 (4 credits)

And an end of year self-directed option for those students needing more L3 Credits:
3.2 Linear Programming Int 91574 (3 credits)
Even though this is a 'mathematics' standard, it is a valuable topic for further study in Commerce, Economics, optimising..

Formula Sheet


Developed by the Legend Jake Willis specifically for NCEA maths. Runs on any device.

Excel Excel is one of the most widely used programs globally. Learn the basics.

Link to iNZight site iNZight free download and videos on how to get started This can be saved and run from a USB (no computer installation needed) Videos and 'getting started' available from iNZight web site.
iNZight tips and tricks page


NuLake (Covers all 3 external standards) with notes, examples & practice problems

D&D resources practice assessments & questions

How to study

Success hacks - 10 simple study ideas

Why to take notes (The basics) then... How to Take Notes in Class: The 5 Best Methods - Outline method (computer good), Cornell style (good for paper), Mind map (visual learners), Flow method (holistic learning)

Study Less Study Smart: A 6-Minute Summary | 8 Advanced Tips

10 Study Tips for Your Next Exam: Test prep ritual, brain dump, summary, quiz, simulation, exercise, time, organise day.
How to Study for Finals PLAN before you DO - How much time, what, order, priorities, intensity, actionable steps

Test Anxiety: How to Take On Your Exams Without Stress

When You Just CAN'T Motivate Yourself to Study


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Careers involving Mathematics and Statistics?

What can I do with a degree in Statistics?


Department of Statistics

When will I ever use statistics in the real world???

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