Self-efficacy, self-regulation, study habits and academic performance of student assistants.

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Author: Alecto, Rolyn B. et.al

Accession Number: 835

Class No: AV-UGT

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Copyright Year: 2016

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Abstract This descriptive correlational study aimed to determine the relationship of selfefficacy, self-regulation, study habits and academic performance of student assistants. Specifically, it ascertained the level of self-efficacy, degree of self-regulation and desirability of study habits; determined the academic performance of student assistants when classified according to self-efficacy, self-regulation and study habits; determined the significant differences in the academic performance when participants were classified according to self-efficacy, self-regulation, and study habits; and whether significant relationship existed among the variables. The respondents of the study were 110 student assistants of the different units of West Visayas State University – Main Campus, Iloilo City. The data were gathered using the researchers-made and validated validated Self-Efficacy Questionnaire, A.S. Roldan’s Self-Discipline and Self-Control Checklist, and A.P. Olvido’s Study Habits Questionnaire. These were tabulated, analyzed, and processed through the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Frequency count, mean and standard deviation were used for the descriptive statistics and One- Way ANOVA and Pearson’s R for the inferential statistics. The results of the study revealed that the participants’ level of self-efficacy was high; degree of self-regulation was poor and their study habits was desirable. Moreover, the academic performance of student assistants when classified according to self-efficacy: outstanding when high and very good when average; as to their degree of self-regulation: outstanding when high and very good when poor; as to desirability of study habits: outstanding when highly desirable, moderately desirable and desirable, and very good when undesirable. Also, there were no significant differences in the academic performances of the participants when classified according to self-efficacy, self-regulation and study habits. However, a highly significant relationship existed among the variables.


Keywords: Self-efficacy, Self-regulation, Study habits, Academic performance, Student assistants

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