This is a further study of the scholastic aptitude test which is given to entering students at Iowa State College. Research on this problem has been presented before the Academy of Science from time to time. Vance, in 1925, reported the correlations of parts of the test to quarter grades. In 1931, Cox, reporting on a revised form of the test, showed that tests 2 and 6, that is, tests on arithmetical reasoning and artificial language were most closely related with abilities in Chemistry, English and Mathematics as required of Freshman Engineers at Iowa State College.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1932 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Henry, Lyle K.
"The Relation of Aptitude Test Data to Fall Quarter Grades - 998 Cases - Fall 1931,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 39(1), 227-230.
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