SHORTCOMINGS IN THE APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL METHODS FOR UNDERGRADUATE, POSTGRADUATE AND DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Ageena, Ismail Massoud
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This paper will study and analyse the content of the statistics curriculum for the high school (the 11 and 12 year) for the scientific and literary sections. This paper studied the existing problem represented in the apparent void in the scientific and academic content of the statistics curricula for the secondary stage, and the great void between those curricula and the modern and advanced statistical applications and programs applied in undergraduate and graduate studies. The paper also provides developments to improve the scientific for the curricula of statistics for the secondary stage in the Libyan state, in line with the advanced statistical applications and methods applied in undergraduate and graduate studies. The researcher relied on the simple layer random sampling method in order to achieve justice in the selection and to involve all disciplines in proportions that correspond to the preparation of the graduate and meticulous student community in all disciplines and scientific branches. The study sample selected in a random manner from the total Libyan undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students studying in the United Kingdom during the period from 2010 to 2020 and who benefited from the services provided by the Aseel Memorial Research Centre (AMRC).