3.2 Definition of cognitive-intellectual and creative portrait of a student

The level of student performance at the university is influenced by factors according to the following rating: competitive score (CS), score in their certificate in mathematics (ZMAT) (reciprocal), creativity (CL), IQ (reciprocal), emotional intelligence (EI).

The equation of regression of academic performance of university students only from significant factors has the form:

Exclusions from the model of insignificant factors did not change the percentage –0.42 % (47.83–47.41 %) of student success rate (LS). Thus, the quality of the model has hardly changed.

The values of the Fisher and Darbin-Watson criteria indicate that the model is statisti- cally qualitative.

This model can be used to predict the success of university entrants. For example, if an entrant has a competitive score of 180, then the projected average score of his studies at the university will be 81.1279 (180⋅0.3358+20.6839) [18].

In 2011, similar studies were conducted on the student environment of the university. 895 students passed the test. In the work [31] a multifactor regression analysis was applied and a regression model of learning success (LS) dependence was built from the coefficient of intellectual development (IQ), points of certificates of external independent evaluation in Ukrainian language and literature (ZL), number of points of certificate of external examination in mathematics (ZMAT) and average points of certificates of complete secondary education (A):

The values of the Fisher and Darbin-Watson criteria indicate that the model is statisti- cally qualitative.

The coefficient of determination shows that 58.7 % of the fluctuation or variability of student achievement (LS) is due to changes in the values of the factors used in this model. This model can also be used to predict the success of a particular student.

Thus, this model confirms the insignificant influence of IQ on the success of students at the university in the case when the scores of external independent evaluation certificates are used together with this indicator.

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