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Including second and third preferences, there were 9.7 applications for each offered place, with 18 second preferences and four third preferences getting a place.
Including second and third preferences, there were 6.2 applications for each offered place, with three second preferences and one third preference getting a place.
Keywords: Learning preferences, Academic achievement, High achievers, Low achievers
Including second and third preferences, there were 6.7 applications for each place, with just 21 second preferences and four third preferences getting a place.
Gallup has asked this question 11 times since 1941, with an average 11-percentage-point gap in preferences for boys over girls -- ranging from a 15-point gap in 1947 and 2000 to four points in 1990.
THURSDAY, March 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Family is an important influence on care preferences among older adults with advanced illness, according to a review published online March 7 in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
In total there were 4.9 preferences for each place, but just four people who put the school as a second and two who put it as third preference got a spot.
It was even harder to get a place at the Royal School, Wolverhampton, in Wolverhampton, with 2.2 first preferences for every place offered, and just 41 per cent of those who put the school as their first choice getting a place.
Gender preferences among antenatal women: A cross-sectional study from coastal South India.
In total there were 3.1 preferences for each place, but no one who put the school as a second or third preference got a place.
Men's and women's ideas of the perfect mate differ significantly due to evolutionary pressures, according to a cross-cultural study on multiple mate preferences by psychologists at the University of Texas, Austin.