Learning and Study Strategies Inventory

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Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI) Student Report | kiet nguyen | School #: 71548 |
1/20/2011 | Student Key: ng37284k |
ID Number: 101909  |  nguyentuankiet1991@yahoo.com |
The graph below interprets your responses to the LASSI. The numbers on the top and bottom of the chart show percentile ranks. You can use these percentile ranks to compare your scores to other individuals' scores. For example, if you scored in the 80th percentile in Attitude and Interest (ATT), you scored higher than 80 percent of other individuals answering the same questions. As you work to improve your scores, your advisor/instructor may want you to take this assessment again. If you do take it a second time, you will need your student key. Your student key is ng37284k. LASSI Scores 01 05 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 99

ANX ------------------------> | |
ATT ----------------> | |
CON ----------------------------> | |
INP ----------------> | |
MOT ----> | |
SFT ------------> | |
SMI ----> | |
STA > | |
TMT ----------------> | |
TST ----> | |
01 05 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 99 75 - 100 | If you scored above the 75th percentile on any of the ten LASSI scales, you probably do not have to give a high priority to improving your strategies in those areas. | 50 - 75 | If you scored between the 75th and the 50th percentiles on any of the ten scales, you should consider improving your strategies for those scales. | 0 - 50 | If you scored below the 50th percentile on any of the ten scales, you need to improve your skills to avoid serious problems succeeding in college. |

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Interpreting Your LASSI Scores� |
Anxiety (ANX)

Percentile Score: 30 | The Anxiety Scale assesses the degree to which students worry about school and their academic performance. Students who score low on this scale are experiencing high levels of anxiety associated with school (note that this scale is reverse scored). High levels of anxiety can help direct attention away from completing academic tasks (sample item: When I am studying, worrying about doing poorly in a course interferes with my concentration). Students who score low on this scale may need to develop techniques for coping with anxiety and reducing worry so that attention can be focused on the task at hand. | Attitude (ATT)

Percentile Score: 20 | The Attitude Scale assesses students' attitudes and interest in college and academic success. It examines how facilitative or debilitative their approach to college and academics is for helping them get their work done and succeeding in college (sample item: I have a positive attitude about attending my classes). Students who score low on this scale may not believe college is relevant or important to them and may need to develop a better understanding of how college and their academic performance relates to their future life goals. | Concentration (CON)

Percentile Score: 35 | The Concentration Scale assesses students' ability to direct and maintain attention on academic tasks (sample item: I find that during lectures I think of other things and don't really listen to what is being said). Low scoring students may need to learn to monitor their level of concentration and develop techniques to redirect...
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