A College Admission Test Protocol to Mitigate the Effects of False Negative SAT Scores
Journal of College Admission
The purpose of this study was to search for an alternative to the SAT that displayed greater power to predict the college performance of students whose most recent SAT score was below 1000. Results show that five of the sub-scores yielded coefficents that were significant. These sub-scores were correlated with college grade point average higher than the SAT.
Recommended CitationHunter, Jeffrey G. and Samter, Wendy, "A College Admission Test Protocol to Mitigate the Effects of False Negative SAT Scores" (2000). Communication Journal Articles. Paper 46.
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