Application Ratings as a Metric for Student Success: Which Components are Better Predictors?
Abstract or Description
Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council
We examined five years of incoming honors student applications (N = 669) to examine which components (test scores, GPA, extracurricular involvement, essays, etc.) were better predictors of performance and retention. Our results also included a subset of students who completed a scholarship interview.
Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council
Engel, Steven, Jonathan Roberts, Francis Desiderio.
"Application Ratings as a Metric for Student Success: Which Components are Better Predictors?."
Department of Political Science and International Studies Faculty Presentations.
Link to Program: https://www.nchchonors.org/uploaded/NCHC_FILES/Annual_Conference/2018/Docs/2018_Program_10-5.pdf