You can also find these skills on the exam board websites, see **AQA** for example who state that “overall, at least 10% of the marks in assessments for Psychology will require the use of mathematical skills. These skills will be applied in the context of A-level Psychology and will be at least the standard of higher tier GCSE mathematics.”

Exam Board Teaching Resources

**AQA GCSE to A-level progression:Mathematical skills student booklet****AQA GCSE to A-level progression: Mathematical skills answer booklet****Edexcel AS and A level Psychology Mathematical Guidance****OCR Research Methods**choose Teaching Activities, then Research Methods for several including a**Descriptive Statistics Teacher Guide**and a**student workbook**. Note OCR’s Introduction to hypotheses and the development of hypotheses writing skills, also their**Hypotheses student handbook**.**Educas**– including**Understanding research methods terminology**- Physics and Maths Tutor
**AQA A Level Psychology Research Methods**includes questions by topic.

The **Association for the Teaching of Psychology** has collaborated with the **Advanced Mathematics Support Programme [AMSP] **to support teachers of Psychology in their teaching of the maths and statistics requirements of the psychology specifications and provide free CPD and resources.

Catherine Van Saarloos has created **online resources** for lessons on data collection and for the delivery of the mathematical requirements of Psychology courses. Here you will find a collection of Desmos activities.

**Deb Gajic **has created **How to guides for non-parametric** inferential statistical tests.

This information has been added to the **UK Assessment series** of pages where you can also find **Mathematics for Science**.