القدرة التنبؤية لمعدل الثانوية العامة بالمعدل التراكمي الجامعي لدى طلبة جامعة عمان العربية
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This study aimed to investigate the predictive ability of the average of high school grades at the university grade point average for students of Amman Arab University and to indicate its effectiveness as a criterion for accepting students in universities and distributing them to various university specializations. The study population consisted of all Amman Arab University students who graduated from the university during the years (2014 to 2018) based on their averages in high school and reached (459) students. The results of the study showed that there is no statistically significant correlation between the secondary level and the university grade point average for students in Amman Arab University, while there are significant differences in the correlation coefficient between the secondary and the university grade point average depending on the gender variable, and did not show significant differences in the correlation coefficient between the secondary rate The university grade point average, according to the variable for the general secondary branch. While there is a statistical significance for the percentage of explained variation from total variation in the cumulative average for the Faculty of Arts from the faculties of the university and with a percentage (0.08%) of the total variance. The study recommends the necessity of reviewing the use of the general secondary rate as a criterion for university admission, establishing a national institution concerned with testing and measurement matters in general, designing a general admission test and admission tests specific to each university specialization, and establishing a national institution concerned with testing and standards affairs and disseminating it for university admission purposes.