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First-Generation Students in Postsecondary Education: A Look at Their College Transcripts

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Table FA Estimates for figure A: Percentage distribution of generation status in 1992 12th-graders; and of those who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, generation status by percentage distribution of postsecondary attainment and enrollment in 2000 (See tables F1 and 5)

Table FB Estimates for figure B: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage distribution of undergraduate major (See table 4)

Table FC Estimates for figure C: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by average number of undergraduate credits earned in the first year and by 2000 (See table 6)

Table FD Estimates for figure D: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took various mathematics courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses (See table 8)

Table FE Estimates for figure E: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by first-year and overall grade point average (GPA) and percentage of courses withdrawn or repeated (See tables 14 and F11)

Table F1 Estimates for figure 1: Percentage distribution of generation status among all 1992 12th-graders, among those who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, and among those who had enrolled and had complete postsecondary transcripts

Table F2 Estimates for figure 2: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage distribution of postsecondary attainment and enrollment in 2000

Table F3 Estimates for figure 3: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000 and who completed various levels of mathematics in high school or had various levels of senior-year test scores, by percentage distribution of postsecondary attainment and enrollment in 2000

Table F4 Estimates for figure 4: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took any remedial courses

Table F5 Estimates for figure 5: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by average number of undergraduate credits earned in the first year and by 2000 (See table 6)

Table F6 Estimates for figure 6: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took various mathematics courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table F7 Estimates for figure 7: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took various science courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table F8 Estimates for figure 8: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took any computer or engineering courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table F9 Estimates for figure 9: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took any courses in social sciences, foreign languages, humanities, and history, and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table F10 Estimates for figure 10: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by first-year and overall grade point average (GPA)

Table F11 Estimates for figure 11: Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage of withdrawn or repeated courses in all courses attempted


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Table 1 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage distribution of selected demographic and academic characteristics

Table 2 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage distribution of selected postsecondary enrollment characteristics

Table 3 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage distribution of remedial courses taken

Table 4 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by percentage distribution of undergraduate major

Table 5 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage distribution of postsecondary attainment and enrollment in 2000

Table 6 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, by average number and percentage distribution of total undergraduate credits earned in the first year and by 2000

Table 7 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000 and earned various numbers of undergraduate credits in the first year, by percentage distribution of postsecondary attainment and average time to bachelor’s degree for those who earned a bachelor’s degree

Table 8 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage who took various mathematics courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table 9 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage who took various science courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table 10 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage who took any computer or engineering courses and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table 11 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by percentage who took any courses in social sciences, foreign languages, humanities, and history, and average number of credits earned by those who took these courses

Table 12 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took any courses in various curricular areas

Table 13 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between 1992 and 2000, by percentage who took any courses in various vocational areas

Table 14 Generation status of 1992 12th-graders who earned more than 10 postsecondary credits between1992 and 2000 and majored in various undergraduate fields, by first-year and overall grade point average (GPA) and GPA in various academic areas

Table 15 Among 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, percentage who had earned a bachelor’s degree by 2000, and least squared coefficients and standard errors, by selected student characteristics

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Table 16 Among 1992 12th-graders who had enrolled in postsecondary education between 1992 and 2000, percentage who had attained a degree or certificate or were still enrolled by 2000, and least squared coefficients and standard errors, by selected student characteristics

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