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An investigation concerning the predictive value of standardized tests in the entrance battery of the University of Houston Central College of Nursing
It was the purpose of this study to determine from scores on a batter of standardized tests (1) how accurately academic success can be predicted for nursing students enrolled at the Universty of Houston Central College of ...
"Full-term scholastic survival" empiric keying of an interest inventory in the prediction of academic performance
This study was designed to test a concept not hitherto reported In the research on scholastic performance prediction. Theory and empiric research on the relationship of Inventoried interests to student success In higher ...
An evaluation of a battery of standardized tests as a means of predicting success in a college of business administration
In the Fall of 1955 one hundred fifty-tw new freshman students who entered the College of Business Administration at the University of Houston met the following requirements and were included in this study: (1) they took ...
The construction of a scale for predicting academic success in the sixth grade
There is a very definite, present need for counselors in the field of education to obtain a better understanding of those factors which can be used to predict academic success, since a large portion of their time is spent ...
The construction of scales from selected variables for predicting academic success in junior college
The purpose of this study was to construct and validate scales for the prediction of successful performance in the core curricula of a Junior college. The population of this study was made up of high school graduates who ...
A study of relationships between scores on the aptitude test of the GRE and graduate quality point averages made by students in a large university in the South
The deans of graduate schools have for years sought to discover the most effective methods and techniques for evaluating applicants. Various types of information concerning the qualifications of the applicant and rather ...