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The low level of student success in South Africa is an intractable problem, with levels of success differing between the various groups that make up South African society. One of the major constraints influencing student success involves the socio-economic status (SES) of newly entering students. In the South African context, with its very high levels of SES inequality and other social stratifications, a better understanding of issues related to SES would allow them to be addressed in targeteddoi:10.14426/jsaa.v4i1.141 fatcat:uqhh7miwyrabzmkrgpnlxvmskm