Tatham, C. B., & Tatham, E. L. (1974). Academic Predictors for Black Students.Educational and Psychological Measurement, 34(2), 371-374.
Forty-five black males and 28 black females were designated as being either academically successful (graduation or GPA at least 1.0) or academically unsuccessful. A two way (Sex × Academic Success) multivariate analysis of variance indicated that with respect to SAT-V, SAT-M, and HSR standard score, the males differed significantly ( p < .005) from the females. The successful males differed ( p < .10) from the unsuccessful males with respect to these three variables, but no such difference was found for females. Measures of academic achievement should not be the only measures used in selecting black students for admittance to college. Other measures such as motivation and socio-economic background need to be explored.
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