What's in it for me? A comparison of postgraduate and undergraduate performance in supplemental instruction at an Australian university

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Lambert Academic Publishing
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Learning and Teaching in Economics: Proceedings of the 13th Australasian Teaching Economics Conference, 2010, pp. 42 - 49
Issue Date:
2010-01
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PASS has proven to be a popular progrem with m:dergraduate University students. r:rls study examines the impact of the PASS pro""",, when it is introduced into a postgraduate subject. The results imply that the postgraduate students who attended PASS "were on average able to achieve higher .marks fum: students that did not However, the feedback provided by postgraduate students on the her:efits they felt they achieved whi!st attending PASS was not as positive as the feedback provided by undergraduate students.
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