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Master of Science (MS)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
The need for study in regard to factors related to student achievement and their possible application as guidance devices for entering freshmen in any college is very evident in our modern life. We have only to look at the increasing college enrollments and to the scarcity of positions for college graduates to realize this. In an effort to meet this need, educators should more and more base their practices on the findings of statistical and experimental studies.
Day, James Francis, "Some Factors Related to Student Achievement of Entering Freshmen at the Utah State Agricultural College" (1939). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1776.
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