• Study Habits
    FACTORS AFFECTING THE HOURS SPENT BY CBAA STUDENTS ON STUDYING REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Success in school is not so much determined by sheer intelligence as knowing how to study. Studying is a skill. Being successful in school requires a high level of study skills. Students must first learn...
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  • Teacher Motivation
    ) identified several factors that explained why students succeeded: (a) high l evels of parental involvement, (b) high academic standards, (c) diagnostic assessment as a strategy for monitoring student performance, and (d) strong leadership on the part of the principal. An additional possible factor that...
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  • Factors Influencing Career Choice Among the Senior High School Students in the South Tongu District of Volta Region, Ghana
    instrument used were similar to the present study. Annan (2006) examined factors affecting career choice among senior secondary school students in Shama Ahanta East Metropolis and used descriptive survey design. He used simple random sampling and sample population of 200 respondents and also used...
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  • Teacher Qualification and Student Academic Achievement
    education programs have significant effects on school performance, developed abilities, children's attitudes and values. In this project we analyzed the effects on student performance of teacher quality and certification, controlling for several other factors affecting student academic outcomes...
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  • the effects of broken family to the children
    researcher administered the questionnaire to parent respondents’ right after during General PTA meeting where they are present and to the students during their free time. The academic performance of the students was taken from the record of 137-A from their respective teachers. Operational...
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  • Academic Performance of Overseas Filipino Workes School Children
    from their parents is of great factor affecting their studies. Pupils come to school also with varied degrees of intelligence, different environment, exposure and economic backgrounds. These factors may affect pupil academic performances. Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) sacrifices themselves to...
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  • Cross Cultural
    seen as the product of cultural impact. The cultural impact is made up of factor inputs from demands made on the educational system. The prime data collection method was a self-completion questionnaire. The population group was postgraduate management students at the Albany Campus of Massey University...
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  • Notes
    provide these facilities to the students. 6. Language anxiety factors: Research findings and results (a) (b) English Use and Test Anxiety. (Items : 1-9) English Language Class Anxiety .(Items: 10-24) R. Narayanan, N. Rajasekaran Nair & S. Iyyappan Language Anxiety Questionnaire consisted of twenty...
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  • An Investigation on the Impact of Absolute Poverty on Attendance of Students of Secondary Schools in Zone 1 of Mauritius
    is a recipe for school failure and a precursor to dropping out of school. It is widely believed in academia, that consistent class attendance is a key factor in the academic success of students. Several studies have quantitatively confirmed this belief, revealing that absenteeism negatively impacts...
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  • Factors Affecting the Decision of Graduating High School Students in Choosing a College Course
    determines the profession that a student will undertake in the future. Choosing a course carefully is an important aspect which will give conclusion to a student’s academic endeavor. The researchers have decided to make a study about the factors that graduating high school students consider...
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  • The Impact of Paid Work on the Academic Performance of Students: a Case Study from the University of Canberra
    their sample into 7 subject groups and compared results for those in paid employment and those who were not. They found that paid employment had a significant negative effect on academic performance of between 4.9 and 0.7 percentage points. However they did not attempt to control for other factors...
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  • Lack of Parenta Support and Academic Support of Under Aged Pupils
    factor in the academic achievement of pupils especially the under aged pupils. The support of the parents to academic attainment of pupils is very important. When the parents fail to play this role, the pupils are not motivated to study and this leads to poor academic performance of the pupils...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    influences adolescents‟ academic performance positively. On the contrary, parental demanding without responsiveness (authoritarian parenting style) may make adolescents rebellious and delinquent. For instance a home without love, warmth, care, affection but have the parents harsh and aggressive may make the...
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  • Library
    Calabar Library. Data was gathered by a questionnaire from a 30 selected samples from the staff of University Library. The major factors taken into account for investigating the Job Satisfaction of the Library staff were Pay, Job Security, Extent of fairness of the management, Working Condition...
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  • factors affecting the english proficiency of fourth year students
    respondents were specifically predefined for the purpose of giving primary concern to the factors affecting the English proficiency in relation to the academic performance of the fourth year students in Magpet National High School. With this purposive sample, the researcher wanted to get the...
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  • Gulang-Gulang National High School Students’ Perception in Social Studies as a Subject for the School Year 2009 – 2010 an Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the Faculty of College of Education Maryhill College
    Lucena City in terms of the following dimensions: a. age? b. gender? c. religion? c. membership to an organization/socio-civic groups? 2. How do the students - respondents view the importance of Social Studies in their academic performance? 3. What are the contributory factors affecting the...
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  • Drug Abuse at Cuea Nairobi.
    THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN AFRICA FACULTY OF EDUCATION EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN AFRICA, NAIROBI BY TUIYOT, DENNIS KIBET REG. NO. 1008189 A PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION IN...
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  • effect of parenting style on the academic development of children
    the academic performance of students. Research Questions Three Which is the most prevalent parenting style used by parents in raising their children? The above research question was analysed using questionnaire item 11-15 of the research instrument and presented in the table below. Table...
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  • Factors Affecting the Ability to Comprehend
    choose one higher section and one lower section level as respondents. Sampling Plan We will use the survey questionnaires for the students in order to determine the factors that affecting the ability to comprehend of the selected Grade 7 students of Pedro E. Diaz High school. The survey...
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  • Computer Programming Research Paper
    the Academic Year 2012-2013. Determining the factors affecting Computer Programming Performance of High School Senior Students was the focus of this research. The information needed will be gathered using the questionnaire supplemented by observation, interview and the analysis of school directives...
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