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Datasets: BPS:98 Beginning Postsecondary Students

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High School Academic Curriculum and the Persistence Path Through College: Persistence and Transfer Behavior of Undergraduates 3 Years After Entering 4-Year Institutions

Executive summary figures
A Among 1995–96 beginning students who transferred from a 4-year institution, percentage distribution according to their transfer institution, by high school academic curriculum and by selectivity of first institution

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4-year type

transfer

Report figures
1 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who enrolled in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum

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2 Postsecondary persistence path of 1995–96 beginning students who enrolled in 4-year institutions, 3 years after first enrollment (as of 1998)

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3 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning students’ 1998 enrollment status in their first institution for those who began in a 4-year institution, by high school academic curriculum

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4 Enrollment status in 1998 of 1995–96 beginning students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum

track
5 For 1995–96 beginning students who transferred from a 4-year institution, percentage distribution of enrollment status in 1998 with respect to earning a bachelor’s degree, by high school academic curriculum

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Report tables
1 Percentage distribution of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum levels and by selected student background and high school characteristics

demog
2 Percentage distribution of institution type where 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions first enrolled, by high school academic curriculum

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3 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions who reported taking remedial courses in their first year of college, by high school academic curriculum

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4 Grade-point average (GPA) and percentage distribution of GPA quartiles for 1995–96 beginning students in their first year of college among those enrolled in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum

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5 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students who reported frequent participation in various academic activities in their first year in college, among those enrolled in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum

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6 Percentage distribution by enrollment status in first institution as of 1998, among 1995–96 beginning students who first enrolled in 4-year institutions, by high school academic curriculum

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7 Among 1995–96 beginning students who transferred from a 4-year institution, percentage distribution according to their transfer institution, by high school academic curriculum and by selectivity of first institution

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table7b


4-year type

transfer

8 Among 1995–96 beginning students who transferred from a 4-year institution, the percentage reporting their first reason for leaving, by high school academic curriculum

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Multivariate tables
9 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions who were continuously enrolled in their first institution or attained a bachelor’s degree as of 1998 and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables listed in the table

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10 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions who were continuously enrolled in their first institution or attained a bachelor’s degree as of 1998 and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables listed in the table, controlling for first-year college GPA

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11 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions who remained on bachelor’s degree track as of 1998 and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables listed in the table

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12 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning students in 4-year institutions who remained on bachelor’s degree track as of 1998 and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables listed in the table, controlling for first-year college GPA

mv2

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