I will pay for the following article Accurate Predictors of College Success. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. GPA is the only valid and accurate predictor of success in college, and the higher the outcome in GPA, the higher success.  .All other predictors become secondary factors that aid the most accurate measure mentioned here above. Everybody joins college to learn, and the most effective measure of learning is attaining high grades. Poor grades reflect a lack of success, high grades in GPA implies high success, and a modest GPA reflects modest success. . On the other hand, a High GPA means a higher chance of securing employment, which is the currency for a sound financial future. Hence all students with high GPA results are successful in college.  .According to Velasquez (195), this is the categorical claim. the ‘All A is T’ is one of the syllogisms of categorical claims. To check for the validity of a categorical claim, Velasquez(177) remarks that one should use the preceding rules in the following structure. ‘All A are B,’ ‘No A is B,’ ‘Some A is B’, and ‘Some A are not B’. This means that in the case under study, this can be adjusted as follows all students with High GPA results are successful in College, Not all student with High GPA are successful in College, Some Students with high GPA are successful in college, and finally, some students with high GPA are not successful in college.
.Predictors to college success vary from one individual to another, yet the most important measure of success in college is the GPA. In most cases, time spent while studying can easily infer a high GPA. However, this is not always the case as other intrinsic and extrinsic factors affect a student’s performance. Plant et al. (98) study the relationship between a college student’s study time and GPA failed to find a significant positive correlation. Class attendance and GPA relationship have, in the past, been used to determine college success, and like study time, the results have consistently shown a weak correlation between attendance class and GPA. . As a result, this paper shall seek to use other factors to investigate their influence on student success. These factors identified as intrinsic-self-driven and extrinsic factors identified earlier will be evaluated against GPA and time between enrollment and graduation.  .Success in college is directly linked to sound financial futures, manifested in the ease of getting jobs.