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i've done a study into stress, using a questionnaire.
If you got a certain score on the questionnaire, you would be in some catergory, e.g distress, marginal stress, low stress.
My hypothesis was "there will be a significant difference in stress scores between A-level students and GCSE students"

The question is is the data obtained going to be ordinal or nominal please explain.
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i've done a study into stress, using a questionnaire.
If you got a certain score on the questionnaire, you would be in some catergory, e.g distress, marginal stress, low stress.
My hypothesis was "there will be a significant difference in stress scores between A-level students and GCSE students"

The question is is the data obtained going to be ordinal or nominal please explain.
Did you know stressed or anxious people are 30 percent more likely to develop cancer?
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Did you know stressed or anxious people are 30 percent more likely to develop cancer?
no, thats interesting, but do you think you could help me out with my question
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no, thats interesting, but do you think you could help me out with my question

Not me. I only take science subjects- sorry
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