The Use of the ACT Assessment in Predicting Student Mathematical Readiness for College Duel-Enrollment Math
ACT scores have a role in whether high school graduates get accepted into the school of their choice, as well as their program of study. Tennessee requires students to participate in the ACT standardized test, which is used as a predictor of student readiness for college level math courses. Universities look at ACT scores, high school grade point averages (GPA), core subject grades, etc. to evaluate whether the student will be admitted. The quantitative research study was conducted to determine whether ACT scores correctly predict university level preparedness in mathematics. A regression analysis equation was completed to measure individual assessments as a predictor of university preparedness.
Secondary education|Educational tests & measurements|Mathematics education
Kimberly J Hass,
"The Use of the ACT Assessment in Predicting Student Mathematical Readiness for College Duel-Enrollment Math"
ETD Collection for Tennessee State University.