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Factors Affecting Student Performance in Principles of Macroeconomics Courses

@inproceedings{Durr1999FactorsAS,
  title={Factors Affecting Student Performance in Principles of Macroeconomics Courses},
  author={Carol Jo Durr},
  year={1999}
}
The ability to attain high scores on standardized entrance exams does not guarantee high student performance in all areas of academics. Economics courses are examples of this phenomenon. Student performance in Principles of Macroeconomics classes is dependent on many factors. Natural ability needs to be supplemented with motivation and effort. Recent studies have tried to determine the factors that are attributed to high performance. A study by M. Borg and S. Shapiro tried to predict the… 

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