Student life and the learning process have somewhat changed the results of testing. Comparisons of test results to determine the creativity of first-year and fourth-year students are presented in Table 3.6.
We have results on two tests. First, consider the indicators on the subtest «flexibility». The level of «Low» and «Below normal» in fourth-year students is almost no different from that of freshmen (1.9–1.4 %). However, the number of fourth-year students with levels «Above normal» and «High» is greater than that of first-year students (Table 3.6). The fourth-year students have 93.1 % while the first year students have 90.7 %.
According to the subtest «originality», the number of fourth-year students has a level of «Low» and «Below normal» 25.6 %, while the number of first-year students with the appropriate values is 38.1 %. Thus, the number of low-level students by the fourth year decreased by 12.5 %.
The number of fourth-year students with levels «Above normal» and «High» is much higher than that of first-year students (Table 3.6). The fourth year has 32.0 % while the first year students have 19.6 %.
Such indicators of the dynamics of creativity are explained mainly by the expulsion for four years of students who had low learning outcomes, the impact of the learning process and creativity.