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長崎大学経済学部生のG-TELP（レベル３）とTOEICスコア －記述統計と換算式からの検討－
ja
G-TELP
TOEIC
conversion equation
丸山 真純
This article examines English proficiency test scores of first-year students of Economics in Nagasaki University in the following two tests: the G-TELP (Level 3), administered in July of 2011 and the TOEIC, administered in October of 2011. All the first-year students in the Faculty of Economics (N＝364) took the G-TELP, with 163 of these students also taking the TOEIC. The average total score of the G-TELP was 182.2（SD＝35.3）for those who took both tests and 178.3 (SD＝ 30.1) for all students. The average total score of the TOEIC was 435.2 (SD=103.1). This study conducted a regression analysis of G-TELP score as an independent variable and TOEIC score as a dependent variable. The analysis revealed that the model was statistically significant to predict TOEIC score from G-TELP score (R2＝.52). By using the conversion equation derived from the analysis, TOEIC scores of all 364 students from their G-TELP scores were estimated. Finally, the estimated TOEIC scores were examined in terms of G-TELP's official TOEIC conversion score and the actual TOEIC scores of 163 students. The examination proved the conversion scores were not very accurate. In particular, the G-TELP-TOEIC conversion equation derived from this study overestimated TOEIC scores when G-TELP scores were lower, while the equation underestimated TOEIC scores when G-TELP score were higher. To examine the correlation between the two tests in greater depth, another study should be conducted with a larger sample size.
經營と經濟
92
3
71-91
2012-12-25
02869101
AN00069150
長崎大学経済学会
經營と經濟, 92(3), pp.71-91; 2012