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A Level Psychology Statistical Tests

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Carries out step by step calculations for chi-squared, t-test, Mann-Whitney test, correlation and regression. Provides explanations of each step in the calculations. Suggests a suitable diagram, with explanation. Allows teachers to quickly check students’ calculations.

The Statistical Tests contained within the compressed '.zip' file are Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets.

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January 2010

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