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۱Application of Rasch Model Analysis in Calibrating Undergraduates’ Challenges at Malaysian Universities
اطلاعات انتشار: World Applied Sciences Journal، سي و چهارم،شماره۸، ۲۰۱۶، سال
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The purpose of this study was to calibrate the challenges faced by undergraduates in Malaysian universities. The challenges are divided into four aspects which includes: academics, personal, social and career, as well as the infrastructural needs of universities. A total of 360 undergraduates from two local public universities participated in this study. Responses from the 30–item questionnaire were calibrated using the Rasch Model analysis, so as to determine (1) the most important challenges and (2) how different these challenges are different from each other. The undergraduates agreed that lack of internet connection is the most important challenge (measure = –1.99 logit), followed by the quest for academic excellence (mean = –1.24 logits) and missing their family back home (mean = –1.18 logits). Based on the equal interval scale of the Rasch Modelcalibration, this study obtained the following information: Internet connection (measure = –1.99 logit) is about two times more important than the challenge to secure a job after graduation (measure = –1.02 logit) and financial challenges (measure = 0.22 logit) is four times more important than the issue of not having an appropriate place to study (mean = 0.89 logits).
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