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# Progression Test Given to Students

The type of research used in this study is descriptive-quantitative which aims to determine the ability of male and female students

The type of research used in this study is descriptive-quantitative which aims to determine the ability of male and female students to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation and to find out the difference between the two.

The research design used in this study was pre-experimental one-shot case study design by analyzing the ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation in male and female students, and can be explained in the diagram as follows ( Journal Quality , 2019):

Notes:

X: The 3rd progression test given to students

Y1: Results of the 3rd progression test on male students

Y2: Results of the 3rd progression test on female students

Based on the research conducted, the results are as follows.

Figure 2. Result of male 3rd progression test

It can be seen from the graph above about result of male students in 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation that no male students got to score more than 55,60. The highest score they got was on Mathematics, that is 81,69.

In term of each lesson in 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation, it was found that in male students the score on math and science lessons was higher than the score on language lessons. The average score on math and science is 68,65 and the average score on language is 67,18.

It can be seen from the graph above about result of female students in 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation that no female students got to score more than 49,40. The highest score they got was on Bahasa Indonesia, that is 76,65.

In term of each lesson in 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation, it was found that in female students the score on language lessons was higher than the score on math and science lessons. The average score on math and science is 51,67 and the average score on language is 65,99 (Only for Testimony for Researchers).

From both graphs shown above, it can be seen that there are differences in male and female students potential for UNBK.

From the graph above it can be seen that in some lessons male students are higher in the results than female students, and others show that female students are higher than male students.

Figure 4. Result of 3rd progression test

However, if viewed from each lesson, namely Bahasa Indonesia, Mathematics, English, and Science, shows that male students obtain higher results than female students. This can be seen through the graph above.

Table 1. One hand and two hand t-test

GrouptcountttableCriteria

Male2,9191,329H0:

Rejected

Female

The hypothesis proposed is H0: the average ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation of male students are the same as the results of the female students ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation and H1: the average results of the male students' ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation is higher than the ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation.

It is assumed that the criteria H0 is accepted if tcount ≤ ttable with an error rate of 5%. Based on Table 1 above it is known that the value of tcount (2,919) ≥ ttable (1,329), so that H0 and H1 are rejected. This means that the average results of ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation of male students are higher than the average test results of female students' ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation.

From the results of the research and discussion above, conclusions can be taken as follows:

1.The average score result of male student’s ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation are. On the mathematics and science lessons, male students get an average score of 68,65 and on the language lessons, male students get an average score of 67,18. In male students, the results of the mathematics and science lessons are better than the language lessons.

2.The average score result of female student’s ability to solve 3rd progression test on the computer-based national exam (UNBK) 2019 preparation are. On the mathematics and science lessons, female students get an average score of 65,99 and on the language lessons, female students get an average score of 51,67. In female students, the results of the mathematics and science lessons are better than the language lessons.

3.On the results of the one-shot t-test, the value of tcount (2,919) ≥ ttable (1,329) is obtained. Therefore, H0 and H1 are rejected. This means that the average score of progression test among male students is higher than the average score of progression test among female students.

From the results of the research and discussion above, the suggestions given are as follows:

1.It is necessary to map computer-based national exam topics to students. Hence, the subject topics provided can be in accordance with existing needs.

2.There needs to be a more in-depth analysis related to the differences in understanding computer-based national exam subjects between male and female students. Furthermore, the teaching methods provided can be in accordance with the students' abilities.

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