- Scores on Advanced Placement Exams. // Gifted Child Today;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p8
Focuses on the standards set by universities and colleges in the United States for students undertaking advanced placement (AP) examinations. Reasons cited by colleges for not wanting to award credit below a score of 3.
- Classifying Music Students. Hughes, Royal D. // Journal of Higher Education;Nov1933, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p424
The article focuses on the development of an entrance examination that would determine the student's aptitude in music planned by the student guidance in the music department at Ohio State University in Ohio. The examination had to be carried on in such a way that it would not retard the...
- `EXAMINATION HELL'. Ranbom, Sheppard // Education Week;2/27/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p12
The article discusses the impact of the college admission problems existing in most universities in Japan and the causes of such problems. Entering a university in Japan is regarded as a challenge since administrators rely severely on the results of entrance examinations given to prospective...
- NCTC to host new student orientation, testing all summer. // Graham Leader;5/20/2012, Vol. 136 Issue 80, p2A
The article informs that the North Central Texas College (NCTC) in Graham, Young County, Texas will host orientation and entrance tests during the months of July and August 2012.
- Should Catalogues Include Lists of Students? Byrne, Charles D. // Journal of Higher Education;Mar1941, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p157
The article presents several surveys conducted on educational institutions in the U.S. The survey conducted by the Oregon State System of Higher Education regarding the importance of publishing an students list on the catalogs found out that only 99 institutions published such list. It provides...
- An Artificial Line. Kreeger, M. M. // Journal of Higher Education;Oct1962, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p400
The article presents that dividing line between secondary and collegiate education. According to the author, such is not justified both in theory and practice. Furthermore, he states that in theory, students do not change drastically but the American educational system was designed in such a way...
- ACT Scores Dip, But More Students Ready for College. GORSKI, ERIC // Community College Week;9/6/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p12
The article deals with the annual report issued by testing service ACT on the 2010 ACT college entrance examinations in the U.S. The report indicates that average scores declined compared to the previous year. Despite the decline, the report revealed that more students who took the test proved...
- ACT (formerly American College Testing) Mean Scores and Characteristics of College-Bound Students, 1991-2004. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2005, p703
The article presents a tabular information on the American College Testing (ACT) Mean Scores and characteristics of college-bound students for the period 1991-2004.
- SAT Mean Verbal and Math Scores of College-Bound Seniors, 1975-2004. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2005, p703
The article presents a tabular information on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Mean Verbal and Math Scores of college-bound seniors for the period 1975-2004.