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  • ISBN 0816602670
  • ISBN13 978-0816602674
  • Language English
  • Author Ralph Berdie
  • Publisher Univ Of Minnesota Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1962)
  • Pages 64
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1462 kb
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Based on the findings of the college aptitude testing program which has been conducted among high school students in Minnesota for over 30 years, this study analyzes the abilities that characterizes Minnesota college students. It will be helpful to counselors, teachers, and school administrators in planning for and advising students concerning higher education. This is No. 12, Minnesota Studies in Student Personnel Work, of which E.G. Williamson is series editor.

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Berdie, R. et al. (1962). Who Goes to College? Comparisons of Minnesota College Freshmen, 1930–1960. Husén, T. ed. (1967). International Study of Achievement in Mathematics. A Comparison of Twelve Countries. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. Coleman, J. S. (1973). The University and the Society's New Demands Upon it, in: Kaysen, Carl, e. Content and Context. Essays on College Education. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Comparison of Minnesota College Freshmen, 1930-1960. Who Goes to College was first published in 1962. Author: Ralph F. Berdie. Based on the findings of the college aptitude testing program which has been conducted among high school students in Minnesota for over 30 years, this study analyzes the abilities that characterizes Minnesota college students. It will be helpful to counselors, teachers, and school administrators in planning for and advising students concerning higher education. This is No. 12, Minnesota Studies in Student Personnel Work, of which .

Who goes to college? by Ralph F. Berdie, 1962, University of. .Who goes to college? Comparison of Minnesota college freshmen, 1930-1960.

Who goes to college? Comparison of Minnesota college freshmen, 1930-1960. Published 1962 by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis. Students, Prediction of scholastic success. Minnesota studies in student personnel work, n. 2, Minnesota studies in student personnel work - no. 12. Classifications. 378. Library of Congress.

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Who Goes to College? Comparison of Minnesota College Freshmen, 1930-1960, University of Minnesota, Minne-apolis, 1962. 45. Mental ability and higher educational attainment 46. Bingham, Walter . Aptitudes and Aptitude Testing, Harper and Row, New York, 1937.

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If someone goes straight to college campus from high school, the typical age of the incoming freshman in a . college is 18 or 19. Most start Kindergarten when they are 5 years old and continue through 12th grade.

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Homer Goes to College" is the third episode of The Simpsons' fifth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 14, 1993. In the episode, Homer's lack of a college degree is revealed and he is sent to Springfield University to pass a nuclear physics class. Homer, who bases his perception of college on comedy films and TV shows, goofs around and is sent to a group of boys for tutoring

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