Pre-reform (n = 82) | Post-reform (n = 97) | Statistical Difference | |
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Class standing, % | χ^{2} = 10.15; P = 0.07 | ||

Junior | 22 | 18 | |

Senior | 72 | 81 | |

Cumulative college GPA | |||

Overall | 3.0 ± 0.51 | 3.1 ± 0.53 | P = 0.22 |

Top quartile | 3.7 ± 0.18 | 3.7 ± 0.15 | P = 0.12 |

Bottom quartile | 2.4 ± 0.27 | 2.4 ± 0.17 | P = 0.78 |

Sex ratio (male/female), % | 32:68 | 50:50 | χ^{2} = 6.8, P = 0.009^{*} |

Cumulative college GPA is given as means ± SD;

*n*, no. of subjects. GPA data were not available for a few students (Pre,*n*= 4; Post,*n*= 2). Sex was not known for 4 students in the post-reform semester.↵* While there was a difference in the ratio of male and female students, between male and female students there was neither a difference in cumulative GPA (

*t*-test, Pre:*P*= 0.14; Post:*P*= 0.31), nor exam performance (*t*-test, Pre:*P*= 0.71; Post:*P*= 0.74).