Students enrolled in the physiotherapy undergraduate program of the University of Sydney comprise school leavers students who have completed secondary school-category A and non-school leavers category B , including mature-age students 23 years and older. Student selection is based upon academic performance categories A and B and personal interview category B only. Statistical evaluations of the academic performance of students who commenced the undergraduate course between and revealed a no significant difference between the time taken to complete the undergraduate program; b in 26 of 31 compulsory subjects, category A and category B students performed equally well; in one subject category, B students performed significantly better; in three subjects, the mature-age students performed significantly better; and only in one subject did mature-age students perform less well; c no difference in the academic performance of male and female students; d the Higher School Certificate aggregate provided a poor to moderate indicator of academic performance. The results justify both the reservation of places offered to nonschool leavers and the system used for their selection.
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