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Further Research on the Accuracy of Students' Self-Reported Grade Point Averages, Sat Scores, and Course Grades:

Further Research on the Accuracy of Students' Self-Reported Grade Point Averages, Sat Scores, and... Previous research indicates that, although students' self-reported and actual GPAs and SAT scores are correlated, on average, students overestimate these data. This study extended prior research by surveying 132 mostly upper-level students and by including other information (grades in selected prior course work). Our results provide further evidence that students overestimate their past academic achievements. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Perceptual and Motor Skills SAGE

Further Research on the Accuracy of Students' Self-Reported Grade Point Averages, Sat Scores, and Course Grades:

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
Copyright © 2019 by SAGE Publications
ISSN
0031-5125
eISSN
1558-688X
DOI
10.2466/pms.1994.79.2.743
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Abstract

Previous research indicates that, although students' self-reported and actual GPAs and SAT scores are correlated, on average, students overestimate these data. This study extended prior research by surveying 132 mostly upper-level students and by including other information (grades in selected prior course work). Our results provide further evidence that students overestimate their past academic achievements.

Journal

Perceptual and Motor SkillsSAGE

Published: Dec 4, 2016

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