Updated: Feb 10
We're thrilled to have so many new learners using the Stats Medic AP Exam Review Course. Whether this is your first time using the Review Course or you're a seasoned pro, check out this list of FAQs to help you and your students get the most from the Review Course.
#1 How do I login?
Ok, this might seem silly but it is the #1 question we receive. Let's start with the website address. You can find all of the versions of the Stats Medic Review Course (purchased or COVID-19) at review.statsmedic.com. We highly recommend bookmarking this page. Next, you will need to create an account and login. Your login ID and password for the Review Course is different than your login ID and password for Stats Medic. You will need to make a new account for the Review Course.
#2 Ok, but I still can't login. Now what?
If you or your students are still having trouble logging in, consult the Troubleshooting Login Issues Guide. If that doesn't work, please reach out to the Pathwright Help Center at firstname.lastname@example.org using these steps.
#3 What pacing do you suggest using?
The pacing you choose depends on how much time you have left until the AP Exam. We've created schedules for 1, 2, 3 and 4 weeks of review. You can access those pacing guides here.
#4 Can I assign start dates and due dates?
Yes! Start dates and due dates are a great way to keep students on track. Instructions for setting these can be found here.
#5 How can I see my students' work and progress?
You can see the percentage of the course that students have completed, their scores on multiple choice, and their submitted work by following these general instructions for managing learners.
To see your students' multiple choice scores, follow these instructions.
To see individual student progress and scores, follow these instructions.
#6 Can I enable/disable discussions in my cohort.
Yes. The cohort has enabled discussions by default but you can disable them if you choose. Instructions are here.
#7 How are other teachers using the Review Course?
If you have remaining questions about the Review Course or how to best use it, feel free to ask the Facebook community. There are many amazing teachers already sharing ideas here.
We'll continue to add to this list in the coming weeks as more FAQs arise.