Please use the following dataset for all the videos exercises;
– How to create variables & labels in SPSS
– Notes at http://www.slideshare.net/drtamil/introduction-to-spss-define-variables
– How to compute new variables. Example: generate BMI from weight and height data.
– How to recode new variables. Example: generate classification of weight from the BMI data.
– How to run Pearson’s Chi-Square on SPSS.
– How to run Student’s T-test on SPSS.
– How to run ANOVA on SPSS.
– How to run Pearson’s Correlation on SPSS.
– How to run Simple Linear Regression on SPSS.
– Video 8;
– How to draw a simple scatter plot.
– Video 9;
– How to calculate geometric mean using SPSS.
You would have received your first semester results. For those who did not achieve a GPA of above 3.0 or failed any paper, you would have received a conditional pass.
What does it mean?
If you cannot achieve a CGPA of above 3.0 in the second semester, you would be kicked out from the postgraduate programme. The aim of this article is to show you on how to achieve a CGPA of above 3.0 in the second semester.
Here is an example of a poor result;
If the student proceeds to second semester without repeating his first semester paper, even if he/she gets all A’s in second semester with a GPA of 4.0 (a near impossible task), the CGPA would still be below 3.0.
So he/she should repeat the papers that he/she failed in first semester; i.e. FK6163 and FK6183.
If he/she repeats only FK6163 and he/she got an A for it, his/her new CGPA would look like this;
If he/she repeats both papers and passes both of them comfortably, his/her new CGPA would surely be above 3.0.
You can try to calculate how to survive the second semester by using this Excel file survive-semester-2 to calculate your CGPA.
My utmost apologies. There is no point in sharing those videos here since the audio was lousy/not clear.