• Rizki Nurjehan Medan State University, Indonesia
  • Febrina Dafit State University of Medan
  • Siti Quratul Ain State University of Medan
  • Natalia Kristiani Lase State University of Medan
  • Hasratuddin * State University of Medan
Keywords: control, process, learning, elementary


The content of this paper is about the control analysis of a process and learning outcomes that take place at SDN 050753 Gebang. The goal is to see whether the product produced from a process is in accordance with what was expected initially, or whether it is still running according to the expected standard or in accordance with the original plan of the product produced. The learning process is a process whose implementation and results must be controlled in order to produce results that are in accordance with the objectives and quality. In this regard, it is interesting to discuss an actual event of authentic data obtained, how to show parties related to the importance of data and how data processed using appropriate statistics, will be able to give us an idea of how a process occurs. For this reason, the authentic data used in this paper is the final exam scores of grade IV students of SDN 050753 Gebang with the subjects of mathematics, Indonesian,English Language, Science, Social Studies and PPKN for the 2019/2020 to 2022/2023 school year.

Author Biographies

Rizki Nurjehan, Medan State University, Indonesia

Basic Education, Graduate School, 

Febrina Dafit, State University of Medan

Basic Education Study Program, 

Siti Quratul Ain, State University of Medan

Basic Education Study Program, 

Natalia Kristiani Lase, State University of Medan

Basic Education Study Program, 

Hasratuddin *, State University of Medan

Basic Education Study Program, 


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