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A preliminary study of grade forecasting for students
This experiment enabled undergraduate business students to better assess their progress in a course by quantitatively forecasting their own end-of-course grades. This innovation provided them with predictive feedback in ...
To repeat or not to repeat a course
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
The difficult transition from high school to university means that many students need to repeat (retake) one or more of their university courses. This paper examines the performance of students who were repeating first-year ...
Students as clients: a professional services model for business education
(Academy of Management, 2003-12)
My purpose in this article is to describe a professional services student-as-client model that I believe offers a more realistic guide for core business school operations than either the customer model or the partner model. ...
How gaps between target and midcourse grades impact undergraduates’ studying intentions and grade improvements
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2020-10-09)
We examine how gaps between students’ chosen target grades and actual midcourse grades relate to their exam studying intentions and subsequent grade improvements. We further investigate whether those relationships are ...