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The results of this study are the implementation of the C4.5 algorithm for predicting student graduation on time or not. The data used is the data of students who have graduated from 2010 to 2012. ... The results of research and testing that has been done, C4.5 algorithm is very suitable to be used in student graduation prediction. ... One of assessment element for college accreditation is the timely graduation rate of students. ...doi:10.30812/matrik.v19i2.685 fatcat:lnvujjooafbjndkyvoucsbk2oi
A comprehensive quality assessment was conducted of the reported psychometric properties of measures of alcohol consumption using the COnsensus-based Standards for the selection of health Measurement Instruments ... (COSMIN) to derive ratings of poor, fair, good or excellent for each checklist item relating to each psychometric property. ... Acknowledgements Not applicable Funding This review was completed as part of a PhD which was funded by the Department of Employment and Learning Northern Ireland (DEL NI). ...doi:10.1186/s13011-018-0143-8 pmid:29394950 pmcid:PMC5797334 fatcat:4c7lyrmvafeljiywj4lxoe7iiu
around 40% agreed or strongly agreed that the content of the SJT appeared fair to the foundation program, and only about onefourth of applicants agreed or strongly agreed that the results of the SJT could ... (SJT, where candidates are assessed on the attributes expected of a newly qualified physician). ... around 40% agreed or strongly agreed that the content of the SJT appeared fair to the foundation program, and only about onefourth of applicants agreed or strongly agreed that the results of the SJT could ...doi:10.4300/jgme-d-15-00787.1 pmid:27413470 pmcid:PMC4936885 fatcat:vc3nlvs3x5crtgypg5oqybc5ru
This study aims to determine whether consumer credit scores of surgery residents and fellows are predictive of academic and professional performance. ... Dichotomous (yes or no) survey items were formulated to assess performance indicators in the domains of notable achievements and awards, research output, written examination performance, professionalism ... The paucity of lower credit scores in this cohort (i.e., poor, fair) may prevent such a prediction. ...doi:10.7759/cureus.15946 pmid:34336444 pmcid:PMC8313003 fatcat:o6qm7agm5jfc3kiobabubmu7lu
The UKCAT Consortium claims it is a fair and reliable test 15 . There have been several small studies on the predictive validity of UKCAT. ... A recent study from Scotland of 1 st year medical students has raised concerns about the cost and fairness of the test , the use of the data in selection processes by medical schools and the influence ...pmid:22347744 pmcid:PMC3229847 fatcat:bitom3pncfh73kpjgqrx653bfe
Similar congruence patterns were predicted for self- assessments and supervisors’ assessments. ... It was predicted that scorers of high consistency would show greater congruence between their disguised and undisguised self- assessments. ...
Our study examined whether use of a cumulative social risk score in addition to the FRS improves prediction of CVD among South Korean adults. ... The FRS explained 8.0% of stroke diagnosis (R2) with fair discrimination (AUC = 0.728), and adding the cumulative social risk score enhanced R2 and AUC by 2.4% and 0.039. ... No copyrighted materials were used in the conduct of this research or the writing of this article. Author Information ...doi:10.5888/pcd17.190382 pmid:32463785 pmcid:PMC7279061 fatcat:qwvveogfcffflduizavzwgmuaa
Qualitative analysis identified three emerging themes; a) lack of standardization, b) fairness of selection criteria, and c) assessment of noncognitive attributes. ... The selection tools showed poor predictive ability for the performance of students in the medical college. ... The use of these selection tools is based on their predictive validity, to screen the desirable qualities of candidates, and to make the process fair. 1 Predictive validity refers to the measure of a ...pmid:32468761 fatcat:e2sh5pdbjndnhgz35g7fvozmra
This study investigates the effect on nonprofessional investors' judgements and decisions of discretionary measurement choices. ... We proxy nonprofessional investors with graduate students from a business school. Our results show evidence that nonprofessional investors view fair value changes as permanent. ... In this experience, we proxy nonprofessional investors by graduate students from a Master of Science in accounting and finance and executive education program students of the same area who were already ...doi:10.3390/g13010003 fatcat:cagbmh6ozzdcvne4imomlk6a6u
Educational and Psychological Measurement
306 Educational and Psychological Measurement Since the GMAT first came into use in 1954, researchers have been assessing its utility in predicting grades. ... By looking at both overall results and results for specific sub- groups, a broad picture of the fairness and utility of GMAT scores is provided. ...
Motivation for the study: The Employment Equity Act requires psychological assessment to be valid, reliable, culturally fair and based on the inherent requirements of the job. ... A review of the master's students' competency profile may be needed to align with future world of work demands, and to improve its predictive role in academic success. ... Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge SHL for sharing the psychometric data and enabling this study. ...doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v19i0.1477 fatcat:xhxmo265jnabfmgvxdhxcevvdq
The study supports a potential role for the PAR in the implementation or assessment of standardized handoff procedures. ... , it is possible that the process of formulating the PAR may have influenced the clinical assessment and subsequent clinical decisions (e.g., the need for escalation of care) beyond the information communicated ...doi:10.1007/s11606-014-3132-2 pmid:25650257 pmcid:PMC4370991 fatcat:ea4e2epanfan3binj4lrsa3kfu
The finding that the interview language significantly predicted fair and poor self-rated health substantiates previous research and emphasizes the importance of culturally sensitive approaches to health ... Multivariate regression analysis was used to assess the variables. ... Acknowledgments The authors thank Shirley Laffrey, PhD, MPH, APRN, BC, and Elizabeth Abel, PhD, RN, CS, ANP, for their expert comments on previous drafts of this article. Author Information ...pmid:16164816 pmcid:PMC1435709 fatcat:criynkecyzfepafldmq7ggqvcm
The results of a series of logistic regression models show increasing divergence in self-rated health by union status and by education, driven mostly by declining self-assessed health in middle educational ... The findings add to the growing evidence of increasing social class divide in family and health outcomes. ... I presented the results of the interactions as predicted probabilities. I estimated the predicted probabilities of reporting fair or poor health in each year by education. ...doi:10.1016/j.ssmph.2020.100616 pmid:32637555 pmcid:PMC7327840 fatcat:zcnygy2bsjcuhpl5na5tk3pyoe
In this paper, while providing a brief review of state-of-the-art research, we investigate the challenges of AI/ML-based personalized education and discuss potential solutions. ... These include, among others, compensating for the adverse effects of the absence of peers, creating and maintaining motivations for learning, increasing diversity, removing the biases induced by the data ... Many definitions of fairness exist, including individual fairness that requires that users with similar feature values be treated similarly, parity in the predicted probability of each outcome across user ...arXiv:2101.10074v1 fatcat:l5qyvdo64navfdmfaletowjdwm
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