Stanford News: Computer Science College Seniors in U.S. Outperform Peers in China, India and Russia, New Research Says

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Writer Alex Shashkavech writes about Prashant Loyalka's new study that "found that undergraduate seniors studying computer science in the United States outperformed final-year students in China, India and Russia on a standardized exam measuring their skills. The research results were published on March 18 in a new paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences." Read the full article in Stanford News.

Read Prashant Loyalka's published study here.

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