Faktor Analizi ile Universiteye Giris Sinavlarindaki Basari Durumuna Gore Illerin Siralanmasi
In this study, in 2012, High School, Science High School, Plain High School and Special Science High School students who have graduated from the last class or studying, they had taken YGS and LYS Numerical, Verbal and Equal Weight Points provincial averages were used for the ranking of the cities. This is due to the high number of variable order factor analysis of the relationship between the structure and the variables studied and observed variables are collected under the factors which may be significant. Standings between the cities and the resulting factor scores in the order according to the positions of the cities are interpreted.
Volume (Year): 17 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
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