Ordinal Logistic Regression Analysis of Factors Affecting the Length of Student Study
AbstractThe length of time a student completes the study period is a measure of the student's achievement and the success of his study program. Because the duration of the study period is quite influential on the quality of a study program and the learning process in it, it is necessary to do a more in-depth study of the factors that influence the duration of student studies. This study aims to model the factors that influence the length of the study period of students using ordinal logistic regression. These factors are the student's GPA and gender. Data on the length of study, GPA and gender were taken for students of the Mathematics Education Department, IKIP Mataram, who graduated in 2017 and 2018. The results of the study showed that the two factors had a significant effect on the length of the study period.
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