A Study of the Relationship between Academic Promise Test Scores and Subsequent Achievement Test Scores and Course Grades at the Eighth Grade Level
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
James P. Levell
Second Committee Member
Roy F. Ruebel
Third Committee Member
Darwin J. Goodey
Fourth Committee Member
The Academic Promise Test has been used to predict achievement over a three-month period. A study is needed to determine if the APT can predict achievement over a longer period of time (an academic year). This study is intended to determine how well the APT can predict pupils' achievement over a one year period on an achievement test battery and in terms of their average grades.
Vaughan, Dallas B., "A Study of the Relationship between Academic Promise Test Scores and Subsequent Achievement Test Scores and Course Grades at the Eighth Grade Level" (1971). All Master's Theses. 1706.
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