2014 Results

Spring 2014 charts
Spring 2014 charts showing who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions had a higher class average than those who did not.
Figure 1 (to the left) shows the overall grade breakdown for those attended the 4 required sessions compared to those who did not attend the minimum number of SIT sessions.
 
Figure 2 (to the left) illustrates the overall GPA of the SIT-supported sections, the GPA of those who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions, and those who did not attend the minimum number of four SIT sessions compared to the overall GPA of the Control Sections from Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.
 
In all four semesters, those who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions had a higher class average than those who did not. In addition, the overall GPA for SIT-supported sections was higher than the GPA in the Control Group.
Fall 2014 charts
Fall 2014 charts showing who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions had a higher class average than those who did not.
Figure 1 (to the right) shows the overall grade breakdown for those attended the 4 required sessions compared to those who did not attend the minimum number of SIT sessions.
 
Figure 2 (to the right) illustrates the overall GPA of the SIT-supported sections, the GPA of those who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions, and those who did not attend the minimum number of four SIT sessions compared to the overall GPA of the Control Sections from Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.
 
In all four semesters, those who attended the minimum number of SIT sessions had a higher class average than those who did not. In addition, the overall GPA for SIT-supported sections was higher than the GPA in the Control Group.

In Fall 2014, analysis was conducted on the results of the common final given in Statistics. The sections supported by SIT demonstrated statistically significant higher grades on the final exam than the courses not supported by SIT.

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