Study Habits, Attitudes and Academic Performance of Selected College of Engineering Students of Summer 2016: Basis for Student Reinforcement
Teresita B. Gonzales
Engr. Teresita B. Gonzales, College of Engineering, University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, City of Binan, Philippines.
Manuscript received on May 09, 2017. | Revised Manuscript received on May 10, 2017. | Manuscript published on May 25, 2017. | PP: 38-46 | Volume-4 Issue-10, May 2017. | Retrieval Number: J11720541017
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Abstract: This study served as a means of knowing the respondents’ frequency of putting into practice the following study habits: reading and note-taking, concentration, distribution of time, social relationships, delay avoidance, and work methods and their attitudes towards school work and towards their teachers. Finally, this research aimed to find the correlation between the respondents’ study habits, attitudes and the level of academic performance of selected College of Engineering Students of Summer 2016, in which by so doing may be a basis for Student Reinforcement. Result showed no correlation and it is suggested that study be conducted during regular semester for a more realistic results. Reinforcement to students were enumerated in the recommendation.
Keywords: Habits, Attitudes, Performance, Student Reinforcement