Relevance of Admission System on Students’ Grade Point Average: A Case Study

Napitupulu, Mery (2018) Relevance of Admission System on Students’ Grade Point Average: A Case Study. International Conference on Education 2017 (ICE 2017). pp. 260-263. ISSN 2352-5398

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Abstract

The admission system through Public Universities in Indonesia has been carried out in three phases namely: National Selection of Public Universities (SNMPTN) carried by each Public University based on the prospective student academic achievement while they are in High School; Joint Selection of State University (SBMPTN) undertaken by Public Universities together with a selection set based on the results of the written examination or a combination of the results of the written exam and skills test prospective students; and Admissions Independently conducted by the State Universities (SMMPTN) that the selection is set and determined by each Public University. Acceptance through each phase is 50%, 30%, and 20% in each study program received through every pathway respectively. As a Public University, Tadulako University obliged to follow those three phases. After accepted through one lane selection, all students who pass through three pathways will be mixed together regardless of admission track. After they finished one semester in their study, it is necessary to see whether there is any relevance between the lines passing on the student ‘s GPA? A study conducted on chemistry education students shows there is no relevance between admission system on students’ GPA in average which is 2.8118, 2.9349, 2.8858 for SNMPTN, SBMPTN, and SMMPTN respectively, however the highest GPA obtained by students who admitted on SNMPTN which is 3.93, and 3.89 for student who admitted through SBMPTN, and 3.70 for students admitted through SMMPTN. The study showed that there was no relevance between admission system on students’ GPA in the chemistry education study program.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: ?? L1 ??
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Chemistry Education
Tadulako Subject Areas > S1 - Undergraduate Thesis > Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Chemistry Education
Depositing User: Prof. Daud K. Walanda
Date Deposited: 14 Oct 2021 00:25
Last Modified: 14 Oct 2021 00:25
URI: http://repository.untad.ac.id/id/eprint/6077

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