Methods in Earlier Studies Based upon School and College Marks
by Benjamin Pittenger — 1917
A review of the methods pursued in the various studies of school and college marks necessitates a classification of these studies according to the nature of the problems which they attack. From this point ofview they fall readily into three fairly distinct classes, which may be described as (1) studies of distribution, (2) studies of continuity, and (3) studies of comparison. In some investigations more than one of these types of problem may appear, but none has been observed which introduced marking problems of a different sort.
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