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#1 Posted : Monday, 12 June 2017 4:00:59 PM(UTC)
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The Age journalist Pallavi Singhal did a study. She has found that

'Children as young as 10 are choosing a career path based on factors such as their achievement in NAPLAN tests and gender, according to a new study that has major implications for primary school educators.'

We always think year 12 results are more important. The link between the academic results in younger ages and future career suggests that NAPLAN results are indicators of future success.

You can find the full article in the following link:

http://www.theage.com.au...udy-20170611-gwouf6.html
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