Grading Rubric Statistics and Probability


The ability to draw appropriate conclusions from statistical data, including an understanding of statistical distributions and properties such as average, median, and standard deviation. The ability to incorporate uncertainties in the data when drawing conclusions.


Topic Proficient Adequate Deficient
Statistics and Probability Can interpret data in other ("non-normal") distributions. Understands the validity and limitations of sampling methods including the chance of false positives. Familiarity with probabilistic reasoning. Can interpret data in a normal distribution, including concepts such as mean, mode, median, and standard deviation. Understands basic ideas of sampling methods and error analysis. Understands simple average, but does not distinguish mean, mode, median. Is unfamiliar with standard deviation. No clear understanding of sampling methods and error analysis.

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