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THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE STUDY HABITS AND ITS EFFECTS TO
PERFORMANCE OF THE PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS

An Undergraduate Research
Presented to the Faculty of
School of Science and Technology

In Partial Fulfillment of
The requirements for the course
Communication Skills 12 (Technical Writing)

by:
Claire Marie Kahayon
Janinna Abby Mendoza
Lorelie April R. Sagusay

CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Introduction
“The greatest time saver is being organized. Establish routines that go like clockwork.” Maximizing time makes an individual productive. Personal time management is organizing and managing according to personal priorities, to get where one wants to go. Those who use this technique are the highest achievers in all walks of life. The interesting and essential step in beginning to manage time more effectively is to identify how time is being spent, because only through examining, one can begin to set priorities, eliminate time barriers and aids to better time management. In the course of Bachelor of Science in Psychology, students need to learn many skills that are needed in practicing the actual profession. Psychology students have so many academic requirements to prioritize, but they also have extra-curricular that are important as well, and they always need to cope with time pressure. College is an entirely different situation than high school. Classes consist of far fewer grades, but they are worth it when you are done. Do not tell yourself, "I'll read the assignment later," because often times you merely end up cramming right before the test; research indicates that cramming is not the best (nor is it the worst) method of studying. At first, different factors can affect the academic performance of a students in order to achieve success, going through the steps are necessary. It should provide time for students to review activities and prevent too...
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