A Study on the Performance Evaluation of the College-Entrance Processes Oh, Jung-Hyun; Jung, Jae-Yoon; Hong, Young-Hoon; Park, Sang-Gue; Kim, S.;
The goal of the entrance examination models is to promote promising and potential students who are suitable for post-secondary education purposes. Recently, a promotion system based on the admissions supervisors has been the major role for the promotion of students. Various statistical models and methods should be applied for the better and reasonable promotion of promising Korean and international students. In this study, we applied the proper methods in statistical methodologies and show the meaningful results on the performance evaluation of the several entrance examination models for a university in Seoul, Korea.
The college-entrance processes;performance evaluation;regression analysis;factors analysis;statistical test;
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