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Minority students relationship of race, academic and nonacademic information in predicting the first-year success of selected admissions first-year students


Author(s): Bryson, S., Smith, R., & Vineyard, G.

Citation: Bryson, S., Smith, R., & Vineyard, G. (2002). Minority students relationship of race, academic and nonacademic information in predicting the first-year success of selected admissions first-year students. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 14(1), 65-80.

 

Abstract

This study examines the validity of selected traditional academic background information and the Bryson Instrument for Noncognitive Assessment (BINA) in predicting the first-year grades of Black and White first-year students enrolled in a selected admissions program sponsored by a predominantly White Midwestern university.

 

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