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Competition or Catastrophe: A Mixed Method Study on the Influence of Class Rank on Course Decisions
Journal of student research
This study analyzed the extent to which class rank competition influences individual class selection by juniors at a high school in the Texas Hill Country and determined if its effects vary among students of different rankings. Students of both high and low rankings were interviewed to determine their perceptions towards, and behavior in response to academic competition. Subject responses generally correlated to one of three themes: class rank as an academic motivator, the influence of rankingdoi:10.47611/jsrhs.v10i4.2030 fatcat:balfitbdkzh2vo2cpt23onjdai