Results

Average scores for participants are higher in 8 of the 10 modules analysed, significantly higher in BE101, and CA103

1st semester Predicted results

Our hypothesis is that our intervention will encourage those at risk of failing to positively change their behaviours. While this data exhibits a positive correlation between our intervention and improved exam performance we accpet that we cannot conculsively prove that it is the sole cause of the improved performance.

We also accept the limitation of our data due to the relatively small sample size (1270 students)

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