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A Study Assessing Changes Occurring In Kindergarten Children At Central School, Hoquiam, Washington, During The School Year 1967-1968 In Terms Of Readiness And Academic Growth, Elizabeth Pinkley Morris Dec 1968

A Study Assessing Changes Occurring In Kindergarten Children At Central School, Hoquiam, Washington, During The School Year 1967-1968 In Terms Of Readiness And Academic Growth, Elizabeth Pinkley Morris

All Master's Theses

A group of fifty-one kindergarten children (23 boys and 28 girls) from Central School in Hoquiam, Washington, were studied for the purpose of evaluating changes occurring during the school year in terms of readiness and academic growth. A series of tests were given in October and November as an inventory of the child's background of skills and readiness in the fall, and the tests were repeated in May to measure any change occurring during the school year.


Validity Coefficients, Norm Tables, And Expectancy Tables Based On Central Washington State College Students’ Performance On The Washington Pre-College Tests, Kathleen Elizabeth Wall Jan 1968

Validity Coefficients, Norm Tables, And Expectancy Tables Based On Central Washington State College Students’ Performance On The Washington Pre-College Tests, Kathleen Elizabeth Wall

All Master's Theses

The study was developed with three purposes: to develop WPCT normative data for Central Washington State College (CWSC), to establish the validity of the WPCT for CWSC, and to provide expectancy tables for the use of school guidance personnel in counseling students who are present or anticipate attending CWSC.


A Study Of The Relationship Between Extracurricular Activities And The Success Of College Women, Sherrill Ann Ortman Dec 1966

A Study Of The Relationship Between Extracurricular Activities And The Success Of College Women, Sherrill Ann Ortman

All Master's Theses

The four purposes of this study are: 1. To determine the correlations between: a. extracurricular participation hours and predicted GPA, b. extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA, and c. predicted GPA and actual GPA, for those CWSC women majors in physical education who met the criteria for inclusion in this study; 2. To determine the magnitude of the effect of predicted GPA upon the correlational relationship between extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA; 3. To determine the correlations between: a. extracurricular participation hours and predicted GPA, and b. extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA, both for successful and for non-successful ...


The Relationship Of The High School Grade Point Average And The Washington Pre-College Differential Grade Prediction Test To Academic Achievement Of Varsity Athletes At Central Washington State College, Stanley A. Sorensen Aug 1965

The Relationship Of The High School Grade Point Average And The Washington Pre-College Differential Grade Prediction Test To Academic Achievement Of Varsity Athletes At Central Washington State College, Stanley A. Sorensen

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of high school grade point averages, and the Washington Pre-College Differential Test in determining the academic achievement of varsity athletes at Central Washington State College.


The Raven Coloured Progressive Matrices, Metropolitan Readiness And Detroit First Grade Intelligence Tests As Predictors Of Achievement In Primary Grades, Robert Harold Wirt Jul 1965

The Raven Coloured Progressive Matrices, Metropolitan Readiness And Detroit First Grade Intelligence Tests As Predictors Of Achievement In Primary Grades, Robert Harold Wirt

All Master's Theses

This study was designed to investigate the extent to which the Raven Coloured Progressive Matrices Test {RPM) correlates with academic performance; and, when used with the MRT, the extent to which it increases the efficiency of predicting school achievement. Of principal interest were primary students in Grades One, Two, and Three.


The Derivation Of Two Regression Equations For Predicting Freshmen Cumulative Grade Point At Central Washington State College From Ninth Grade Subject Averages, Hugh Tims Albrecht Aug 1962

The Derivation Of Two Regression Equations For Predicting Freshmen Cumulative Grade Point At Central Washington State College From Ninth Grade Subject Averages, Hugh Tims Albrecht

All Master's Theses

The purpose of the study was to develop formulas to predict college freshmen cumulative grade point at Central Washington State College from grades received in ninth grade English, mathematics, or physical education, or from a combination of the three.


A Predictive Study Of Seventh Graders’ Academic Achievement From Objective And Subjective Grade Six Ratings, Allan Gordon Moodie Jun 1962

A Predictive Study Of Seventh Graders’ Academic Achievement From Objective And Subjective Grade Six Ratings, Allan Gordon Moodie

All Master's Theses

The general purpose of this study was to discover the effectiveness of the elementary school ratings in predicting a student's academic performance during his first year of high school (Grade 7).


Predictive Value Of The Washington Pre-College Differential Grade Predictions Tests Used At Central Washington College Of Education, Barbara Lenore Young Aug 1960

Predictive Value Of The Washington Pre-College Differential Grade Predictions Tests Used At Central Washington College Of Education, Barbara Lenore Young

All Master's Theses

How well does the Washington Pre-College Differential Grade Predictions Battery actually predict the grade point average of the students at Central Washington College of Education?


A Study Of Relationships Between Selected High School Subjects And Academic Success In College, Glade H. Miller Aug 1960

A Study Of Relationships Between Selected High School Subjects And Academic Success In College, Glade H. Miller

All Master's Theses

The general purpose of this study was to attempt to discover how much, and in what proportion, work of an academic nature in high school facilitates college academic achievement.


An Investigation Of The Inter-Relationships Among Certain Personality Tests And Ratings And Their Relationship To Academic Success In A Teacher’S College, Donald H. Duncan Jun 1955

An Investigation Of The Inter-Relationships Among Certain Personality Tests And Ratings And Their Relationship To Academic Success In A Teacher’S College, Donald H. Duncan

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this investigation is to find; (1) what relationship exists between self ratings attained from a personality inventory and dormitory supervisor ratings on a standard scale, (2) what relationship exists between scores on a personality inventory and college grade point average, and (3) what relationship exists between dormitory supervisor ratings and college grade point average.


The Relationship Between Freshman Entrance Examination Scores And Academic Success In The Curriculum Of Central Washington College Of Education, John O'Donahue Jun 1951

The Relationship Between Freshman Entrance Examination Scores And Academic Success In The Curriculum Of Central Washington College Of Education, John O'Donahue

All Master's Theses

The primary purpose of this study is to determine the magnitude and the direction of the relationship which exists between certain abilities as measured by Freshman Entrance Examinations employed at this college and subsequent success in the academic aspect of college life.