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  • Average Student Reaches For Above-Average Success

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    Average Student Reaches For Above-Average Success With her curly hair pinned up and her leg shaking nervously, Tricia searches for both potential employers to work for and Master’s programs on the Internet. In the midst of her psychology textbooks lay piles of GRE practice tests and Graduate school applications. For the past year this has been a daily ritual. As she clicks around, her eyes glaze over and a headache sets in; but she tells herself to stay focused. Graduation is quickly approaching

  • Examining the Relationship Between Temple University Japan Students’ Internet Addiction Scores and Students’ Grade Point Average

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    between Temple University Japan students’ Internet Addiction scores and students’ grade point average (GPA). This study was based on the data collected at Temple University Japan Campus on 2010 July 13 and 14. A convenience sample of 57 students participated in the study. Students completed a set of questionnaire during their classes. Students who scored high on Internet Addiction Test (IAT) had a significant negative correlation between IAT scores and GPA while students who scored low on IAT had no

  • Mike Rose's Essay "I Just Wanna Be Average" Discusses Empowering Students

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    essay "I Just Wanna Be Average", the author Mike Rose was empowered by finding the responsibilities meaningful, see them as comparatively competent and able to do those tasks, and trust that their participation in those tasks would make an impact in some way. Mike Rose also disempowered by the low-knoeleage family and teachers who taught him nothing besides survive. Mike Rose argues that society very often neglects and does not see the full value and potential of students in his essay. "The error

  • Does the Presence of an Authoritative Figure at Home Affect The Grade Point Averages of Students in High School?

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    the way students perform in school. Without authority, discipline, or encouragement, would high school students slack or fall behind in their studies? My ultimate goal is to test and analyze a survey of my high school to see if there is in fact a relationship between the absence of a respected adult and the grade point averages of my peers. Statement of Task The main purpose of this investigation is to see if an authoritative figure at home affects the grade point averages of students in high

  • A Healthy Lifestyle is the Key to Academic Success

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    Problem What is the relationship between grade point average and a healthy lifestyle among college students? Do college students who participate in a healthy lifestyle tend to earn higher grade point averages than students who do not? How does a student’s grade point average benefit from the student practicing a healthy lifestyle? How is this relationship mediated by the hours spent studying, gender, race, and socioeconomic status of college students? Rationale Health and wellness is important to

  • Homeschooling Prepares Students for College

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    Homeschooling Prepares Students for College What do you think when you hear about a homeschooled student going to college? Envision that student in your head. Who do you see? Do you see someone who is scared, lost, and maybe not on the same learning level as their peers? If so, then you have a similar vision as a majority of the population. So the real question at this point is; Are these thoughts of homeschooled students going to college correct or false? Contrary to popular belief, they are

  • The Pros And Cons Of Share Grading System

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    Fair share grading is when all students in the class take an intended exam, but the class average score of the test is given to every student. Each student will receive the same grade even if one did better or worse than the average score. That being said it could reduce dropout rates, test anxiety, and competition between students. On the other hand, students could be affected negatively because it could lead to false self-value and unfairness to those students who study harder in order to earn

  • Statistics Analysis

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    report is on the relationship between applications on a student’s phone and their average. I wanted to know if the number or type of applications a student has on his/her cell phone has an effect on their average. By doing this we may be able to determine what factors will cause the students to achieve more academic excellence. The most broad hypothesis is that, the more apps you have, the less your academic average will be. I personally don’t agree with that. I believe that there is a relationship

  • The Problem Of Student Loans

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    Student Loans Recently, as a High school Senior planning to attend college, I have been looking at how I am going to pay for college. The more I research student loans, the more I feel fortunate enough to have parents who are willing to help me pay for college to keep me from graduating with debt. Student loans causing debt should be considered a crisis. Even though some may disagree, students struggling to pay off loans, students needing jobs in their field of study, and colleges needing to help

  • United States and Finland

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    Finland’s and the United States’ education practices, we must examine the objectives of science, mathematics, and reading. To recognize the impact of the different objectives, if any, we will evaluate the scores from the Program for International Student Assessment. In order to distinguish the subtle differences in the factors contributing to the education system in Finland compared to the United States, one must evaluate the country’s teaching objectives. The objectives will not only set a bar