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Arrow Statistics is scoring or not?

Dear Seniors who opted Statistics plz tell me

i am so worry about opting the statistics. i have read in Graduation and
Master. I have securred good marks in Statistics in Master Degree.

But i am very worry that punjab is more scoring or state is more scoring?

plz guide me dear

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yes statistics is obviously a scoring subject.....its up to you that which subject you should opt.....................
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@nasir

If you completly cover the syllabs then u can get good marks. Usually stat paper is totaly unexpected, in 2009 i was tough but in 2010 it was very easy. Joint probability distribution and Probability density function are the favourite topics of examiner. if i am asked to describe state in one sentns, then i will say "Statistics is scoring but very risky"
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Arrow dear seniors, how much maximum marks can b secured in statistics

Dear Seniors , plz tell anyone who get 90+ marks in statistics.

Can it possible one can get 90+ marks in statistics.

Plz tell me that how much maximum marks one can secure?

plz tell if u know.

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I don't think so, 90+ marks are huge in statistics.
Refer to past papers and see how they feel? As I have studied statistics in my MBA, i feel CSS Stats paper is not that hard for one who just study 1 month (4 hours a day).

For Engineering/Computer Science background students, this is scoring subject.

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I believe that if you thoroughly study and understand the subject of your interest you will definitely score high in that subject. Even 100 out of 100.

Well this is just my opinion.
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Hello Seniors .. I have a problem that although i have covered the probablity section comprehensively but I am unable to do anything else .. Should I still go for the stats paper ?

Also, can the seniors guide me about "statistical Inference" and "correlation and regression" sections of stats paper ? Which chapters of Sher Mohammad Ch. ( or any other better book ) will cover these topics ? Please please guide me .. Thanks






Statistical Inference: Maximum likelihood estimation of the mean and the variance of a normal population; confidence interval for mean, difference of means and for variance: testing hypothesis for the equality of two means (paired and unpaired observations); testing of equality of sever al means (ANOVA) and testing of variance and equality of two variance.


Correlation and regression: Simple linear regression model point and interval estimation of parameters, Simple Partial, Multiple Correlation and testing of these correlations.
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