大学入学者選抜制度における「複数回受験」の研究:—能研テスト昭和39 年・40 年連続受験者の得点分析—

Translated title of the contribution: The Study of Retaking Test in the University Entrance Examination System:—Score Analysis of the 1964 Test Takers of the Educational Test Research Institute (NOKEN Test) Who Took the 1965 Test—

木村 拓也, 安野 史子, 荒井 克弘

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Abstract

<p>The purpose of this paper is to investigate score changes for test re-takers in University Entrance Examination system. This study uses the score data of the 1964 test takers of the Educational Test Research Institute who took the 1965 test. The test of the Educational Test Research Institute (NOKEN Test) is conducted from 1963 to 1968.</p><p>As results of these score analysis, the order that is gained by the following test score (in senior [12 grade]) is not different with the order that is gained by the previous test score (in junior [11 grade]). And score change between the previous test and the following test can be interpreted as regression effect. Furthermore, when the total score that added the following test score to the previous test one, the value of multiple correlation coefficients adjusted for the degrees of freedom is declined in multiple regression analysis.</p><p>This is why caring out examinations twice and more during same year and using test score in previous another year is not always insisted to be significant in University Entrance Examination system in Japan, at least in NOKEN test era.</p>
Translated title of the contributionThe Study of Retaking Test in the University Entrance Examination System:—Score Analysis of the 1964 Test Takers of the Educational Test Research Institute (NOKEN Test) Who Took the 1965 Test—
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)3-19
Number of pages17
Journalデータ分析の理論と応用
Volume6
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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