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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about our online statistics tranining courses. Please take a look at the list of questions and topics asked below. If you have a specific question that is not answered on this page, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us and let us know about any questions you might have.


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Who provides the instruction on the site?

The instruction is provided by Professor Dane McGuckian. Professor McGuckian is an instructor for the Department of Statistics and Mathematics at Florida International University. He has over a decade of experience helping students learn mathematics and Statistics.

What is included with the Statistics I course?

The Statistics I course includes all the videos for chapters 1 - 9 (see the Stats Courses page) and four sample exams with video solutions.

What is included with the Statistics II course?

The Statistics II course includes all the videos for chapters 7 - 14 (see the Stats Courses page) and four sample exams with video solutions.

How do I purchase a course?

Click on the continue button on the right of this screen under the "Get Started" section or you can click the Register link atop every page on our website.  And of course, you can also click here to register now!

Statistics I and Statistics II are available for purchase and will expire 150 days after the purchase date. You will have unlimited access to course videos and materials during that time.

What is your refund policy?

Because of the nature of the material, all sales are final.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept MasterCard and Visa.

How do I create a Stats Professor account?

Click the Join link on the right hand side of the home page and fill in the registration form.

How do I know which course (STATS I or II) I should purchase?

STATS I is designed for students taking their first course in Statistics. The following courses are typically covered by our STATS I course: STA2122 Intro to Statistics, STA2023 Business Statistics, STA3111 Statistics I, STA5106, AP Statistics and most QMB courses. View the table of contents under the How It Works page for a list of the specific concepts covered.

STATS II is designed for students taking a second semester course in Statistics. The following courses are typically covered by our STATS II course: STA3123 Intro to Statistics II, STA3112 Statistics II, and STA5107. View the table of contents under the How It Works page for a list of the specific concepts covered.

I forgot my password.  What should I do?

Click on the "Forgot Password" link under the password field, enter your email address and a new password will be sent to you electronically.

Why can't I access my course?

For security, STATSprofessor.com does not allow multiple logins for a single user account.  Make sure you do not have a previous session of STATSprofessor.com still open.

How can I change my password, email address, username, or other account details?

Make sure you are logged in and then click on the “My Account” link to be taken to your profile page. From there, you can change your username, email address, and password.

What are the system requirements to view video?

The following is the minimum system specification for playback:

The following is the recommended system specification for playback:

Why do video clips sometimes stutter or pause?

Video may stutter or pause during playback if you computer does not meet the system specifications, or if your Internet connection is not fast enough. Even on broadband connections, Internet congestion or traffic can result in choppy playback or repeated buffering. It may also help if you close any other applications open other than your browser. If you are using Firefox, changing to Internet Explorer or Safari may help.

The player is displaying a warning that says I need to upgrade the Flash player. How do I upgrade?

You can obtain the latest version of the Flash Player from Adobe

What do you do with my personal data?

We do not sell, transfer, or disclose your personal information to third parties.  It is only collected for the purpose of managing and maintaining your user account.  

How can I request further technical support?

If your questions are not answered in the FAQ and you require further assistance, please send an e-mail to: support@statsprofessor.com

I submitted a customer support form and received no response. What do I do?

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