author={Mark A. Aarabi and Salvatore A. Abbate and Jeffery D. Abercrombie and Suzan E. Abrams and Bret D. Acker and Amy L. Acord and Brooks M. Adams and Jonathan W. Adams and Linda M. Adams and Susan L. Adams and Timothy S. Adams and T. T. T. Adams and Victoria R. Adams and Jenny L. Addison and Anita S. Advaney and Mary F. Agostini and Richard M. Aguiar and Sherjil Ahmed and Patricia H. Ajoy and Brian C. Alberga and Christine M. Alexandro and Brenda E. Alfaro and Raul M. Alfonso and Jill E. Allen and David E. Alligood and Bruce I. Allison and W. F. Allison and K. Almeroth and Kimberly D. Almond and Paul R. Almond and M. B. Alvarez and Vincent T. Alvarez and Frank L. Alverson and J. E. Anderson and T. R. Anderson and Traywick C. Anderson and J. S. Andrew},
  journal={Journal of Education},
  pages={497 - 497}
The quality of intake of students in terms of Z score to a particular course to different universities differs vastly in Sri Lanka. The students who get higher Z score goes to established universities mostly under merit category and the students from educationally disadvantaged districts with less Z score enter to the newly established universities. The variation in quality of ate program associated with the quality of intake. In this study the relationship between Z score and the student… Expand
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