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Identifier
Thesis
2038
Author
Kuethman, Jessica A.
Title
Tracking
student
progress
in
mathematics
from
high
school
to
college
: an
empirical
study
at a
four
year
university
Publisher
Central Connecticut State University
Date
2009
Resource Type
Master's Thesis
Notes
The
prediction
of
college
mathematics
grades
has been
widely
researched
.
Results
from
other
studies
have
shown
that the
prediction
of
college
mathematics
grades
can
vary
depending
on the
set
of
predictor
variables
considered
. For
instance
,
some
studies
have
neglected
to
include
high
school
variables
to be
predictors
of
college
mathematics
success
. The
purpose
of this
study
is
to
determine
which
high
school
factors
predict
college
mathematics
course
grades
by
examining
the
following
set
of
predictor
variables
:
gender
,
high
school
mathematics
course
grades
,
high
school
mathematics
course
level
,
high
school
grade
point
average
,
high
school
class
rank
,
scholastic
aptitude
mathematics
test
scores
, and
college
placement
test
scores
. The
initial
sample
consisted
of
138
students
who
graduated
from a
single
high
school
and
entered
the
same
university
as
firsttime
freshman
. A
best
subsets
regression
was
used
to
determine
which
combination
of
predictors
would be the
most
significant
in
determini
Subject
Mathematics  Study and teaching (Secondary)
Mathematics  Study and teaching (Higher)
Department
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Advisor
Kalder, Robin S.
Type
Text
Digital Format
application/pdf
Language
eng
OCLC number
713734343
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