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Polina Volkovich
Noncompensatory Approach to the Determination of Ratings
9
2016
The present investigation refers to quite modern studies of rating determination. The research is focused, mainly, on the non-compensatory method of ratings, which includes two indices Nn и N60. The general purpose of the project is to investigate the approach without compensation and two methods with compensation. The present project provides a comparison of the resulting rating of students from different faculties of the Higher School of Economics (further HSE) Nizhny Novgorod branch. The arithmetic mean value, the standard rating of the HSE with the weights (credits) of disciplines and the two non-compensatory indices are used. It is anticipated that the results of the study will help to understand that the two traditional compensatory methods are not so good for practical application in the higher education. The results of analyzing the non-compensatory method will show a more complete and qualitative picture of students performance, where the student's rating with the academic debt will never be higher than the student's rating without the academic debt.

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