TUCE

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TUCETest of Understanding of College Economics
TUCETrout Unlimited Canada Edmonton Chapter (fishing)
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Twenty questions were drawn from the third edition of the TUCE exam, and the remaining ten were drawn from the instructor's old exams.
Using a sample of students completing introductory microeconomics courses at the University of North Florida (UNF), we examine whether a greater acquisition of economic knowledge as measured by the TUCE is associated with increased critical thinking skills.
Jedanput: jedne cizme, jednu curdiju; drugi put: konjsko sedlo; posle, opet: tuce srebrnih kasika; a jednom: puno bure lakerde i--svakojakih drugih komendija.
(1) These studies are distinguishable by those that use TUCE scores and those that used a test score specific to the course.
Dickie (2006) assesses the impact of classroom experiments on student scores on the Test of Understanding in College Economics (TUCE) (Saunders 1991).
find no statistically significant impact of the experimental approach on student achievement, where achievement is measured by differences in post-and precourse performance on the Test of Understanding in College Economics (TUCE).
This study utilized a national economic education database (TUCE III), consolidating these data so that each observation represents a class rather than a single student, thereby reducing estimation problems.
The nationally normed Revised Test of Understanding in College Economics (TUCE) was administered as a pre-test to measure students' aptitude and as a post-test to measure students' achievement.
Among the factors related to the characteristics of the farmer and farmer's family that have been linked to the adoption of conservation practices are the degree of education, degree of risk aversion, farmers' sensitivity to short- and long-term changes, awareness of erosion as a problem, social attitude, and degree of involvement in communal activities (Anderson and Thampapillai 1990; Crosson 1981; Epplin and Tuce 1986; Ervin and Ervin 1982; Lee and Stewart 1983; Saliba 1983).
Autorica smatra da se u recenici poput On sic bije ('On se tuce') nije anafora u obliku povratne zamjenice, a zamjenica na subjektnom mjestu on nije antecedent obliku se.