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Qué hacer y no hacer para mejorar las notas? Un caso aplicado al curso de Econometría I

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  • Nupia Oscar Andrés

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  • Cristina Arango, Martín Bermudez, Juana Paola Bustamante
  • Ana María Cadena, Camilo Dominguez, Ana Carolina Duque
  • Mariana Fajardo, Daniel Gómez, Diana Hernández, Luisa Valdes, Carolina Zuluaga

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Presentando un modelo econométrico que intenta explicar el resultado de las calificaciones obtenidas por los alumnos en sus exámenes, el objetivo de este trabajo es introducción un campo relativamente inexplorado en las facultades de economía del país: los factores que afectan el desempeño académico de los estudiantes. Utilizando como unidad de análisis los alumnos del curso de Econometría I dictado por la Facultad de Economía de la Universidad de los Andes el segundo semestre de 1999, Los resultados aquí obtenidos indican que la dedicación, las habilidad del estudiante y un buen descanso antes de los exámenes pueden mejorar el desempeño de los estudiantes. De otro lado, la mayor carga académica las horas de estudio en exceso para los examenes y no resolver las dudas antes de las pruebas, posee efectos negativos. Adicionalmente se encontró evidencia sobre el efecto nulo que posee la copia en los resultados de la pruebas, la no existencia de diferencias significativas entre géneros y el bajo efecto que ejercen los problemas personales del estudiante sobre su desempeño.

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Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE in its journal REVISTA DESARROLLO Y SOCIEDAD.

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  1. Boissiere, M & Knight, J B & Sabot, R H, 1985. "Earnings, Schooling, Ability, and Cognitive Skills," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 75(5), pages 1016-30, December.
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