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Predicting Freshmen College Success The Relationship Between Peer Learning Help Seeking Math Self efficacy English Self efficacy and Institutional Integration

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Predicting Freshmen College Success The Relationship Between Peer Learning Help Seeking Math Self efficacy English Self efficacy and Institutional Integration

Predicting freshmen college success: the relationship between peer learning, help seeking, math self-efficacy, english self-efficacy and institutional integration by Pamela L. Robinson The purpose of this study was to examine the usefulness of a modified integration model in understanding the relationship between the academic achievement and institutional integration of minority stu.... Published date on: 2006 with total page: 116 pages. Publisher of Predicting Freshmen College Success: The Rela

The purpose of this study was to examine the usefulness of a modified integration model in understanding the relationship between the academic achievement and institutional integration of minority students. Peer learning, help seeking, institutional integration and several traditional predictor variables, including high school GPA and SAT scores, were examined in relationship to first semester GPA and reenrollment the following semester. The sample included 198 primarily minority freshmen enrolled in nine sections of a freshmen success course. The majority of these students were also taking remedial math and English courses. Results from correlational analyses showed a significant relationship between peer learning, help seeking and institutional integration. However, no support was found for the predictive value of the modified model. Results from two multiple regression analyses showed that of the three variables, only peer learning was a significant predictor of academic success and retention. The best predictor of student achievement and retention for the subjects was prior academic achievement. Results from multiple regression analyses showed that students' prior preparation and peer learning were predictive of academic success and retention at the university.

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