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05. 40 was not significantly different from group 4. 00). To determine between which groups, test lengths are significantly different, the Sheffe Multiple Range test was performed. The results are shown in Table 19. Table 22. 05 level. Table 23. 00* Note p means significance based on the F value. 05. 31 for the third (high). The test length of the students in the first group with the low mathematics competency was significantly different from that in group2 (moderately high) at the 5 per cent significance level.

A one-way ANOVA was used to examine differences in test length and testing times among the different groups Chaowprapha Chuesathuchon and Russell Waugh 24 relating to stopping criteria and mathematics competencies, and also to examine in differences mathematics competencies among the different groups of stopping criteria. , 2001). , 2001). The frequency of Mathematics competencies of the students, one-way ANOVA, and Sheffe Multiple Range test results are shown through tables and descriptive text.

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