Major Field Achievement Test In Business - Guidelines For Improved Outcome Scores - Part I

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J. Patrick McLaughlin
Jason T. White



Outcomes measurements have always been an important part of proving to outside constituencies how you measure up to other schools with your business programs. A common nationally-normed exam that is used is the Major Field Achievement Test in Business from Educational Testing Services. Our paper discusses some guidelines that we are pilot testing to see if we can improve not only our lowest score, marketing majors in the finance area, but all of our overall outcome scores in the eight (8) segmented areas covered in the exam. If we are going to use the MFAT, let us try to make sure that the input from our students is the best we can get so that our output scores are truly meaningful.


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