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    • Admitted High School Behaviors
      By: Abdullah Alshaikh
    • By Jeffrey R. Young
      Freshmen’s behavior and attitudes
      More Partying.
      More studying.
      Less time on Volunteer work and exercise.
      “Your First College Year”
      Conducted by the higher Education Research Institute.
      Freshmen Adjust to College Socially but Struggle Academically, Survey
    • “Your First College Year”
      • It was given to 25,000 freshmen at 109 four-year colleges.
      • Students adjust socially.
      • But academically struggle
    • Students Who Drink Beer Frequently Or Occasionally
      Drinking grew from 45.8% to 58.5%
      Partying grew from 221.4% to 26.5%
    • Conclusions Cont.
      Should freshmen students be concerned about this type of behaviors?
      Null: Freshmen students should be concerned about this type of behaviors.
      Alternative: Freshmen students should not be concerned about this type of behaviors.
      Two Tailed
      Are there consequences by following the bad behaviors?
      Null: There are consequences by following the bad behaviors
      Alternative: There aren’t consequences by following the bad behaviors
      Two Tailed
    • Conclusions Cont.
      Is college freshmen year like high school?
      Null: College freshmen year is like high school.
      Alternative: College freshmen year is not like high school.
      Two Tailed
    • Thank you