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He conducted a research to determine students' acheivement. He thought a result of the research would change depending on their condition.

'Condition' I meant in the sentence can be students' health, mood(feeling), feeling drowsy etc.

Do you use 'condition' like that? If now what wordscan be introduced?
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Hi,

He conducted a research to determine students' acheivement. He thought a result of the research would change depending on their condition.

Don't say 'a research'. The word is uncountable. Say eg some research, a piece of research, a researcb project.

'Condition' I meant in the sentence can be students' health, mood(feeling), feeling drowsy etc.

Do you use 'condition' like that? If now what words can be introduced?

I suggest this. Read carefully, asthere are several edits.

He conducted some research to determine students' achievements. He thought the outcome of the tests would change depending on variables associated with their physical and mental condition.

Perhaps you need to define what you mean by 'achievements'?

Clive
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Thank you Clive.

There are indeed a lot of edits^^;

'Condition' cannot mean health, mood and feeling drowsy etc......

And the reason why 'the' comes in front of 'outcome' is that 'outcome' is not an outcome of a test but the outcome of the tests, is it?
Hi,

'Condition' cannot mean health, mood and feeling drowsy etc.. Yes, it can. But you need to be more specific, instead of just saying 'condition' without offering any details.

And the reason why 'the' comes in front of 'outcome' is that 'outcome' is not an outcome of a test but the outcome of the tests, is it? Yes

Clive