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Success at university is a complex idea, with evidence that what "counts" as success is conceived differently by students and academics. This study contrasts two methodologies ("Likert-type" ordered response and quadratic voting, which does not appear to have been applied to education research previously) to identify which factors are important in university success to first year health science students. Completion (passing subjects and obtaining qualifications) and achievement (getting gooddoi:10.5204/ssj.v8i2.377 fatcat:3dqof7gmx5fcrhyfngd4rqbxue