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Accuracy of self-reported activities and accomplishments of college-bound students

Joan Laing

Accuracy of self-reported activities and accomplishments of college-bound students

by Joan Laing

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Published by American College Testing Program in Iowa City, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ACT Assessment -- Validity

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoan Laing, Richard Sawyer, Julie Noble
    SeriesACT research report series -- 87-6, ACT research report -- 87-6
    ContributionsSawyer, Richard, Noble, Julie, American College Testing Program
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14641899M

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Accuracy of self-reported activities and accomplishments of college-bound students by Joan Laing Download PDF EPUB FB2

ACCURACY OF SELF-REPORTED ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS Introduction A substantial amount of educational and social research is based on self- reported data. Subjects may, for example, be asked about their demographic char­ acteristics (age, nationality, sex), their accomplishments (degrees, activities.

Accuracy of Self-Reported Activities and Accomplishments of College-Bound Students. ACT Research Report Series This paper examines the accuracy of student-reported demographic characteristics, activities, and accomplishments provided through the American College Testing (ACT) Assessment by: 5.

Accuracy of Self-Reported Activities and Accomplishments of College-Bound Students. Examined accuracy of 5 background characteristics, 9 extracurricular activities, and 15 special accomplishments reported by college-bound high school students completing the American College Testing Assessment Student Profile by: This paper examines the accuracy of student-reported demographic characteristics, activities, and accomplishments provided through the American College Testing (ACT) Assessment Program.

The accuracy of five background characteristics, nine extracurricular activities, and 15 special accomplishments reported by students completing the ACT Assessment.

Accuracy of Self-Reported Activities and Accomplishments of College-Bound Students. ACT Research Report Series American Coll. Testing Program, Iowa City, Iowa. Jul 87 26p.; For related document, see TM American College Testing (ACT) Research Report Series, P.O.

BoxIowa City, IA Reports - Research/Technical () July BEST COPY AVAILABLt ACCURACY OF SELF-REPORTED ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLI SEIMENTS OF COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS Joan Laing Richard Sawyer Julie Noble 4 o ERIC 2 that official records were inaccurate or incomplete; in others, the wording of items was such that the student and school could have legitimately interpreted it differently^ In some cases where a discrepancy between student self-report and official records.

J. Laing R. Sawyer J. Noble () ArticleTitle Accuracy of self-reported activities and accomplishments of college-bound students Journal of College Student Development 29 IssueID 4 – Google ScholarCited by: No: _____ JUNIOR AUXILIARY OF SLIDELL Post Office Box Slidell, Louisiana Junior Auxiliary of Slidell is a nonprofit organization with a 50 year history of serving.

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87–6). Iowa City, IA: The American College Testing Program. Google ScholarCited by: However, research on the accuracy of students' self-reported learning, development and experiences is quite limited.

To address this critical issue, Validity and Limitations of College Student Self-Report Data provides seven empirical studies that examine the validity, use, and interpreation of such data, with an emphasis on student self.

Accuracy of Self-Reported Educational Attainment Among Diverse Patient Populations: A Preliminary Investigation. In this manner, a student with an average rating of 6 in a school district with and 8-point scale would earn a 4-point scale rating of (x = 4 × (6 8). Difference scores were computed for each subject by substracting self Cited by: Accuracy of self-reported high courses and grades of college-bound students (ACT Research Report No.

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In other words, the accuracy and File Size: 1MB.The National Survey of Student Engagement is an annual student survey designed to aid colleges and universities in improving student learning (Kuh ). The survey assesses the extent to which students from approximately four-year colleges and universities participate in activities associated with learning and development.