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Measuring Variations in Achievement
Measuring Variations in Achievement[Page 37]
The measures of central tendency outlined in Sections 5.1 to 5.11 describe the typical achievement of a group. They tell us nothing however, of the way in which individuals within the group differ from one another in their achievement. To know how individuals vary we need measures of ...