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    Hypotheses & Variables For Exam Anxiety in Students

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    Using your chosen topic (Exam Anxiety in Students), you are asked to write an alternative hypothesis and a null hypothesis for correlation analysis worked on in this unit's assignment. You will also need to distinguish the independent and dependent variables. At this time, review the Variable view within the dataset. In addition, describe the measures and values, if applicable.

    Here are the correlation questions for each topic:

    •Exam Anxiety in Students (Exam Anxiety.sav dataset)

    ◾What is the relationship between exam anxiety and exam performance for students?

    ◾What is the relationship between gender and exam performance for students?

    ◾What is the relationship between time spent revising and exam performance for students?

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    Exam Anxiety in Students (Exam Anxiety.sav dataset)

    ◾What is the relationship between exam anxiety and exam performance for students?

    Null Hypothesis (Ho): There is no statistically significant relationship between exam anxiety and exam performance for students. (p=0)

    Alternative Hypothesis (Ha): There is a statistically significant relationship between exam anxiety and exam performance for students. (p≠0)

    Dependent variable = exam performance for students

    Independent variable = exam ...

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