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The Statistical Analysis of Examination and Evaluation of Results of International Trade Course


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1 Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
2 Institute of Management, Nirma University, DPM Cubicles, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
     

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The statistical analysis of any examination results are important the professors to understand about the magnitude of knowledge students have incurred from their courses. Based on the examination results of International Trade course of International Business specialization students in the third term of MBA 2017-2019 batch of IMS Unison University, the quantitative analysis for several parameters including difficulty, discrimination, reliability and ANOVA are investigated. The results indicate that the distribution of examination scores approximate to normal distribution. The results stated that the exam paper belongs to a moderate level, which was then qualified by the discrimination and reliability tests done in the study. Thus it was concluded that the design of the examination paper was good and dependable.

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International Trade, Difficulty Index, Discrimination Index, Reliability Test, ANOVA.
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Authors

Samik Shome
Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Urmi Khatri
Institute of Management, Nirma University, DPM Cubicles, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Abstract


The statistical analysis of any examination results are important the professors to understand about the magnitude of knowledge students have incurred from their courses. Based on the examination results of International Trade course of International Business specialization students in the third term of MBA 2017-2019 batch of IMS Unison University, the quantitative analysis for several parameters including difficulty, discrimination, reliability and ANOVA are investigated. The results indicate that the distribution of examination scores approximate to normal distribution. The results stated that the exam paper belongs to a moderate level, which was then qualified by the discrimination and reliability tests done in the study. Thus it was concluded that the design of the examination paper was good and dependable.

Keywords


International Trade, Difficulty Index, Discrimination Index, Reliability Test, ANOVA.

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