Correlates of student performance in business and economics statistics
Journal of Economics and Finance
Over the years many studies have been done to investigate the determinants of student performance in courses of particular fields of study. However. this is not true of Introduction to Business and Economics Statistics. Our objective is to identify the correlates of student performance both overall, and on individual exams, in an Introduction to Business and Economics Statistics course. A wide variety of variables are found to significantly influence the performance of students, including their grades on previous exams and examination design. Our results indicate that it is important to isolate performance on individual exams.
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Krieg, Randall G. and Uyar, Bulent, "Correlates of student performance in business and economics statistics" (1997). Faculty Publications. 4006.