PERSONAL FACTORS OF THE CHOICE OF STUDY PATH
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The paper deals with predictive factors of the study path choice. In two data collections from 202 students of the 4th class in gymnasium we received data concerning professional interests, skills confidence, value types, personal dimensions and study path choice. There we have used logistic regression to investigate which scales of interests, skills confidence, values types and personal dimension predict choice of study path. According to the results of logistic regression, each study path is predicted by different predictive scales of independent variables. Simultaneously, our results confirmed that the most significant predictors of a study path choice are interests and skills confidence. Less significant predictors of study path choice are values types and personal dimensions.
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