COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCE OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY IN RELATION TO THEIR STUDY PROGRAM
AbstractDescriptive geometry is one of the fundamental subjects in the education of future architects, civil engineers and engineers of geodesy. During the course, certain differences in mastering the teaching material have been noticed, as well as the divergence in performance of students in relation to their study program. In order to analyse these differences more closely, we made comparison of the students achievements at the first and second colloquium and final exam, analyzed the differences in relation to the study program, as well as the impact (correlation) of the entrance exam and the success in the secondary school on the final results in the course. Special attention was paid to the analysis of the results of the architecture students in the spatial ability test in order to determine whether the students of the architecture have more success in the subject of Descriptive geometry, considering that they have undergone certain training of spatial abilities through their preparation for the entrance exam.
How to Cite
S. Kosić-Jeremić and M. Ilić, “COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCE OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY IN RELATION TO THEIR STUDY PROGRAM”, STEPGRAD, vol. 1, no. 13, Oct. 2021.