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Title (translated): 
Are exams superfluous? On the relationship between PISA results, orthography and grades
Authors: 
Dilger, Alexander
Year of Publication: 
2020
Series/Report no.: 
Diskussionspapier des Instituts für Organisationsökonomik 8/2020
Abstract: 
Bereits 2002 wurden bei einer BWL-Klausur zwei PISA-Aufgaben gestellt und die Rechtschreibung überprüft, was wiederum mit den Noten bzw. Punkten der Klausur korreliert wurde. Es gibt interessante Ergebnisse und Zusammenhänge, die jedoch nicht völlig eindeutig sind.
Abstract (Translated): 
Already in 2002, a written examination in business administration included two PISA tasks and a check of orthography, which in turn were correlated with the grades or points of the examination. There are interesting results and relationships. However, they are not completely unambiguous.
JEL: 
A22
C90
I21
I23
M00
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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