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The Effect of Some Background Attributes on Grades of Students in the Beginning Crop Production Course1


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  1. Vol. 50 No. 8, p. 475-477
    Received: Apr 30, 1958

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  1. A. W. Burger2



Significant association of grades was found with (a) farm experience, (b) vocational goal, (c) scholarship holders, and (d) course workload. Higher percentages of grades A and B and lower percentages of grades D and E were found for: (a) students from the farm than for those from the city; (b) graduate workers, vocational agriculturists, and farm advisors than for farm salesmen, farm editors, farmers, and farm managers; (c) students in the farm group with scholarships than for those without; and (d) students with heavy course workloads than for those with light workloads.

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