Materials and Methods
by Benjamin Pittenger — 1917
The problems raised in this investigation have already been stated, but it is desirable at this point to recall them to the reader's attention. To determine the influence exercised upon the eiiciency of a college student by the age at which he enters college, and by the general character of the high school from which he comes; that is our task. Two features constitute college efficiency in the meaning of the present study; first, the student's standing in his work, and second, his persistence in pursuing his course to the end.
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