Date of Award
Master of Science
INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY
Statement of the Problem- Each summer since 1959 a group of high-ability secondary students have been selected to participate in Institutes, supported by the National Science Foundation in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology at Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College.
The problem in this study is to statistically analyze various sets of scores attained by the high-ability secondary students participating in these Institutes, for the purpose of obtaining certain comparative information relative to the performance of these More precisely, the scores to be considered are those attained on the I. Q. tests, high school tests.
DEFINITION OF SYMBOLS AND TERMS
Population- The set of all variates satisfying certain prescribed conditions.
Sample- A set of n variates taken from some population.
A. D. Stewart
E. E. O'Banion
W. E. Reid
L. C. Collins
Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Rolling, L. M. (1965). Some Statistical Observations Of The High School Institute Students For The First Five Years -1959- 1963. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/834