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Table 2 This table shows that there is no difference between the three factors of interest which may affect performance as represented by score. They are gender, year, then gender within year and the dependent variable is mean score or year-end performance. These include data for all courses during Academic Years 2002–03; 2003–04; and, 2004–05.

From: Gender plays no role in student ability to perform on computer-based examinations

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Source   Type III Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Noncent. Parameter Observed Power(a)
Intercept Hypothesis 1654056.805 1 1654056.805 16592.664 .000 16592.664 1.000
  Error 199.459 2.001 99.686(b)     
gender Hypothesis 211.286 1 211.286 3.535 .201 3.535 .201
  Error 119.612 2.001 59.763(c)     
Year Hypothesis 199.402 2 99.701 1.668 .375 3.337 .126
  Error 119.526 2 59.763(d)     
gender * Hypothesis 119.526 2 59.763 1.012 .365 2.024 .226
Year Error 17949.374 304 59.044(e)     
  1. Dependent Variable: Mean Score End of Year
  2. Computed using alpha = .05