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Educational Assessment of Russian Students

Student: Iuliia Moldovanova

Supervisor: Ekaterina Aleksandrova

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Applied Economics and Mathematical Methods (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The aim of this work is determination of factors which influence on students’ academic performance, including concentration choice. It’s proposed to make choice after second year of studying either financial economics or applied economics. Based on information about students and their marks for three years of studying research was made. Result of it showed statistically significant positive influence of Unified State Examination results and Academic Olympics on academic performance. It was acquired that prior knowledge influence just on first year of studying. It was revealed that average academic performance of group and proportion of capable groupmates has positive influence on academic performance of single student. Also it was revealed that choice of applied economics concentration has negative influence on academic performance.

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