RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION . Younas Alam Chowdhry & Usman Riaz Warraich Imperial College of Business Studies, Lahore. . CONTENTS . INTRODUCTION.
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YounasAlamChowdhry & UsmanRiazWarraich
Imperial College of Business Studies, Lahore.
In Pakistan there are predominantly two secondary education systems
The aim of this study was:
Other studies have considered a variety of variables as predictors of higher academic success:
Secondary Education type
(Intermediate or GCSE)
Higher Education Performance
(Self efficacy, social support, intrinsic motivation, assignments, attendance, class participation ,exams etc.)
The A-levels and intermediate backgrounds do not have any relationship with academic performance of BBA students.
A levels students have a relatively higher academic performance compared to intermediate students, in a BBA programme.
Q1. What is your degree program?
Q2. What type of secondary education did you undertake?
Q3. Were your final secondary exams administered by the board of secondary education or The British Council?
Q4. What is your current CGPA? (On a four point scale)
T-test score: Independent t-test score with a 95% confidence interval showed a statically significant difference of 6.766.
1. A longitudinal research should be carried out to check how CGPA scores vary over time in both groups.
2. Assess if the results are similar for other disciplines
3. Assess if the results are similar for masters level students.