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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Method For Standardizing High School Score From Different Curricula

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AUTHOR(S)

Jayadevan Sreedharana, Aji Gopakumar, Jayakumary Muttappallymyalil, Venkatramana Manda

 

KEYWORDS

admission criteria, high school score, high school curricula, pass mark, standardization, standard score, UAE curriculum.

 

ABSTRACT

High school performance was considered as relevant predictors of students’ current academic performance. High School Curriculum and high school score were identified as significant factors associated with academic score in undergraduate studies. This study would wish to set appropriate admission criteria for students’ high school score corresponding to different curricula. Commonly, high school score vary according to their high school system and those data may not be useful for analysis unless they are in a standard form for comparison. In order to make analysis on such variables, high school score must be standardized to a uniform unit which require an appropriate standardization method. The current paper introduces a method for standardization of high school sores as an admission criterion and further exploration for research.

 

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