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Predicting the scholastic success of college freshmen
Odell, Charles Watters
On cover: University of Illinois bulletin. vol.xxv, no. 2.
|Statement||by Charles W. Odell.|
|Series||[University of Illinois] College of education. Bureau of educational research. Bulletin, no. 37|
|LC Classifications||LB3061 .O25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||a 28000161|
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PREDICTINGTHESCHOLASTICSUCCESS OFCOLLEGEFRESHMEN CHAPTERI INTRODUCTIONANDSTATEMENTOFTHEPROBLEM Therecentincreaseincollegeenrollmentandtworesulting problems.
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Predicting the Scholastic Success of College Freshmen. The Journal of Educational Research: Vol. 27, No. 2, pp.
Cited by: 8. Get this from a library. Predicting the scholastic success of college freshmen. [Charles Watters Odell]. Predicting the scholastic success of college students. Predicting the scholastic success of college freshmen. By Charles Watters Odell.
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PREFACE Instudyingtheprogressofstudentsthroughoureducationalsys- temitishighlyimportanttoextendtheinvestigationoveraslonga periodaspossible. To-date, studies have examined simultaneously the relative predictive powers of two or three factors on GPA.
The present study examines the relative powers of five social/personality factors, five cognitive/learning factors, and SAT scores to predict freshmen and non-freshmen (sophomores, juniors, seniors) academic success (i.e., GPA).Cited by: 9. This chapter introduces a study which focuses on predicting college success as measured by students’ grade point averages (GPAs).
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