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Predictors of Student Success in Entry-Level Undergraduate Mathematics Courses.
College Student Journal (2006)
  • Sat Gupta, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • David Harris, University of Southern Maine
  • Nellie M Carrier, University of Southern Maine
  • Paul G. Caron, University of Southern Maine
Abstract

Most undergraduate programs require completion of a mathematics course, but pass rates in these courses are often low. To determine predictors of student success in 100-level mathematics courses at the University of Southern Maine, we used a questionnaire to collect information on possible predictors of grade (student demographics, attitude, educational experience, factors impacting study time) and course-related factors.

Keywords
  • Mathematics,
  • Academic achievement,
  • Learning
Disciplines
Publication Date
March, 2006
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Citation Information
Sat Gupta, David Harris, Nellie M Carrier and Paul G. Caron. "Predictors of Student Success in Entry-Level Undergraduate Mathematics Courses." College Student Journal Vol. 40 Iss. 1 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paul_caron/7/