A fundamental understanding of simple hypothesis testing, significance levels, confidence intervals, and powers will help you not only as an MCAT test taker, but as a future physician interpreting health studies. In this webinar, we will also show you how the MCAT often presents bar and line graphs with notations of significance.
At a glance
Differentiate measures of data
Read and interpret study designs for significance
Measures of data and spread
Hypothesis testing and significance levels
Validity vs. reliability
Correlation vs. association vs. causation
On the MCAT
Statistics permeate all sections of the test (except CARS). While questions on statistics may not be explicitly asked, the reading and interpretation of study results will usually require basic concepts.
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