Date of Award
Master of Science
A college admissions committee must examine and weigh carefully the qualifications of those applying for enrollment in the college. In general, such a committee must accept or reject the applicant on the basis of data of widely varying degrees of reliability -- i.e., the secondary school recommendation, secondary school grades, rank in graduating class, standardized test scores, and the recommendations of alumni, ministers, teachers, and friends of the family.
Hanes, James Garland, "A study of the validity of secondary school school recommendations for students entering Richmond College in September, 1955" (1960). Master's Theses. 164.