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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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doi:10.2134/agronj1958.00021962005000080016x
  1. A. W. Burger2

Synopsis

Synopsis

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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