The relationship between self reports of college experiences and achievement test scores

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A study evaluated the feasibility of using students' self-reports of academic development and college experiences as substitutes for standardized test scores (proxies) or policy indicators. Results suggested self-reports should be used with care as proxies for a national test but may be used as policy indicators for improvement of undergraduate education. (Author/MSE)

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  • Gary R. Pike

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