The Effect Of Public Transport On Public Transportation

1441 WordsApr 8, 20166 Pages
2.5 Expectations of grades are directly linked to travel time as users of public transport are less likely to expect higher grades as compared to the students who use other means. 2.5.1 As the users of public transport are not able to attend as many lectures as their counterparts who use a car or take a walk to the university, therefore their expectations of higher grades decreases to some extent. 2.5.2 In order to find out if the statement is true or should be rejected, we will use means of transport as one category and the other which would be compared is going to be expected grades at the end of the course. Around 36% of those who use public transport are expecting to receive a 1st class grade at the end of the year. While the same grade is expected by more than 43% students who use personal means of transport. Moreover, the mean grade expected by the whole class is 2.1 and 48% students who use public transport are expecting this grade, while 50% who use personal transport are expecting it. The lowest which is expected by all the students is a pass grade and 75% who expect it use public transport while only 25% of those who expect it are users of personal transport. Contrastingly, only 6.5% users of public transport expect a pass grade while 9.3% students who use a car or take a walk expect a pass grade. Thus, the statement can be considered as true. 2.5.3 Our recommendation is that the students should use personal means of transport to save on travel time and improve
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