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Table 5 The contribution of HAM-Nat-BPC in the prediction of academic success (1) when GPA and (2) when gender is included

From: Dimensionality and predictive validity of the HAM-Nat, a test of natural sciences for medical school admission

   Total sample
Model Predictor variable odds ratio p 95% CI
1 HAM-Nat-BPC and GPA     
     HAM-Nat-BPC 1.91 .000 1.40 2.60
     GPA 1.62 .000 1.26 2.08
     HAM-Nat-BPC × GPA 1.07 .630 0.82 1.40
2 HAM-Nat-BPC and gender     
     HAM-Nat-BPC 2.50 .000 1.40 2.60
     Gender* 1.62 .071 .96 2.73
     HAM-Nat-BPC x Gender 1.55 .143 .86 2.78
  1. Target variable: SUCCESS (qualified for the first step of the medical exam after 2 years). Logistic regression. * male=0, female=1, the odds of success are greater in females than in males by the ratio 1.62.