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The Effects Of Study Habits In The Academic Performance
EFFECTS OF STUDY HABITS IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SCIENCE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Study habits can be defined as buying out a dedicated scheduled and un-interrupted time to apply oneself to the task of learning, practice, or enlightenment. Study habits are important on the part of the students so that it can make use of their time effectively and purposely instead of wasting their time with insufficient study accomplishments. Science is a systematic and unbiased study of the world, including everything that can be seen or detected in nature, man, and society, together with the knowledge that grows out of such study. There are a number of branches of science that students have to learn about. Some of them are General Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Most high school students have a difficult time in studying this subject. The researchers wanted to know the effects of study habits in the academic performance of High school in Science. They wanted to know the different kinds of study habits, how they affect the performance of students, and to help the teachers raise the level of performance of their students through the development of proper study habits. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK/ RESEARCH PARADIGM

Study habits will determine the performance of the students in Science. We are to find out how study habits affect the high school students. Study habits
Academic Performance of High School students in Science
Bad Study habits
Good Study habits
Effects of Study habits
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The researcher’s main objective in this project was to determine “The effects of study habits in the Academic performance of High School Students in Science.” Most specifically, this study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What are the effects of study habits in the academic performance of high school students in Science? 2. What is the academic performance of...
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