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Non-Music Students ' SAT Scores Is It the Music or Is It Selection Bias ? A Nationwide Analysis of Music and

@inproceedings{Elpus2013NonMusicS,
  title={Non-Music Students ' SAT Scores Is It the Music or Is It Selection Bias ? A Nationwide Analysis of Music and},
  author={Kenneth Elpus},
  year={2013}
}
This study examined the college entrance examination scores of music and nonmusic students in the United States, drawing data from the restricted-use data set of the Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS), a nationally representative education study (N = 15,630) conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics. Analyses of high school transcript data from ELS showed that 1.127 million students (36.38% of the U.S. class of 2004) graduated high school having earned at least one… 

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