Comparison of Classroom Performance and Review Performance as an Indicator of the Psychometrician Board Examination

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Niclie L. Tiratira


The main objective of the analysis is to identify markers for the Psychometrician Board Test passing. The course is rooted in the Functional Context Theory (Sticht), which states that students learn better when instruction is based on prior knowledge (Sticht, 1987). Participants in the study were 30 Psychometric Board Passers from 2014-2018. They are graduates of the BS Psychology program of Rizal System University, Morong campus, Rizal. The study results showed that classroom performance is above average, and some of the scores in the review did not achieve the minimum passing score. In the board evaluation, the performance of the classroom and the assessment do not predict their progress. The study gave implications and recommendations.

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