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The Department of Mathematics of the Florida State University gives a mathematics placement test to each entering freshman. This study examines relationships between the scores attained on the mathematics placement test, other tests measuring ability and achievement, and academic success as reflected by grades earned in University classes. The sample for this study is composed of the students who took the placement test as first-time freshmen in the 1953 summer session, the 1953 fall semester, and the 1954 spring semester. This group was selected because its members have had time to complete a four-year program leading to the baccalaureate degree.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 55-56).
Florida State University
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