Academic Success of General Education College Students Compared to those Screened as Twice-Exceptional and Gifted

  title={Academic Success of General Education College Students Compared to those Screened as Twice-Exceptional and Gifted},
  author={Virginia M. McClurg and Jiaju Wu and R. Steve McCallum},
  journal={Innovative Higher Education},
In this study, the high school and college GPAs of college students who were screened as twice-exceptional were compared to college students screened as gifted and average college students. From a sample of 32,741 college students, those screened as gifted earned significantly higher means than students screened as twice-exceptional (2e) and the general college population on both high school and college GPA (p   .05), but STEM majors had higher high school mean GPAs than those with non-STEM… 
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