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Table 3 ANOVAs examining the influence gender and examination type (paper-and-pencil or on-line) have on students' overall scores within mixed disciplines. This analysis shows no difference in gender performance nor on type of examination.

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

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Biochemistry
Source Type III Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig.
Corrected Model 6141.833(a) 94 65.339 32.669 .139
Intercept 335684.810 1 335684.810 167842.405 .002
gender 24.500 1 24.500 12.250 .177
paper 306.440 15 20.429 10.215 .241
computer 1743.435 51 34.185 17.093 .190
gender * paper .000 0 . . .
gender * computer .000 0 . . .
paper * computer 42.667 2 21.333 10.667 .212
gender * paper * computer .000 0 . . .
Error 2.000 1 2.000   
Total 420632.000 96    
Corrected Total 6143.833 95    
  1. Dependent Variable: score
  2. a R Squared = 1.000 (Adjusted R Squared = .969)