Fuzzy Logic Recommended Student Learning Levels

  • Abdul Rahman Universitas Baturaja
  • Destiarini Universitas Baturaja
  • Joko Kuswanto Universitas Baturaja
Keywords: Student, Learning Levels, Fuzzy Logic, English course, Confusion Matrix

Abstract

In the process of admitting students, the English course uses a learning level placement test. At the application stage the test encountered problems such as the slow pace of determining student learning levels based on paper-based test results. The purpose of this study is to provide recommendations for the level of student learning using the Fuzzy method. Where the level of learning English is divided into categories Foundation, Basic, Elementary, Intermediate and Advance. The input values are Listening, Vocabulary, Structure and Reading. The results of the study were tested for the accuracy of the dataset with the confusion matrix method with an accuracy of 88%.

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Published
2021-02-23
How to Cite
[1]
Abdul Rahman, Destiarini, and J. Kuswanto, “Fuzzy Logic Recommended Student Learning Levels ”, JIP, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 51-56, Feb. 2021.