Christina Stylianou | July 3, 2013 | Irish UNDerground
The NCAA recently released its 2013 Academic Progress Rate (APR) data and, once again, Notre Dame fared extremely well. APR is one of the most popular means of measuring academic success in college athletics, and it is fun to brag to our friends about Notre Dame’s academic success, but what is the APR?
Technically, APR is the sum of a team’s earned eligibility and earned retention points divided by the sum of the maximum possible eligibility and retention points a team can earn each year, and then scaled to a thousand.
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