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To determine whether there is a relationship between the type of school attended and verbal reasoning scores for Irish students, three samples with 25 students, in each group, were randomly selected from data used by Raferty and Hout (1985). One group of students attended secondary school, the second group of students attended vocational school, and the third group consisted of students who attended only primary school.

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