Correlation Of Nursing Students' Study Habits To Academic Performance Of Surigao Education Center

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58 indicate that the level of academic performance is satisfactory.

On the difference on the extent of participants’ study habits when grouped according to their profile variables, all variables implies no significant difference to the extent of study habits. A significant relationship between the student participants’ extent of study habits to their academic performance. Thus led to the rejection of the null hypothesis.

Based on the findings of the study, the following conclusions were drawn: Individual Studying can greatly help as a study habit that is essential to help improve students’ academic performance. The students’ low level of academic performance is basically a result of poor study habits like Drinking alcohol. Student’s academic performance needs more space for improvement and desire to have and maintain an excellent or a very good grade. All profile variables have no significant difference to study habits. There is an existed significant relationship between the student participants’ study habits to their academic performance.

In the light of the findings and conclusions of this study, the following recommendations are offered. Individual studying should be motivated to ensure that quality time and free from interruptions is achieved and hours of concentration will be maintained as an effective study habit which in turn lead to good academic performance. The following studies may be undertaken by future researchers:
a. Boarding House Lodging: Effects on Students’ Study habits towards Academic Performance.
b. Behavioural Motivation: Implication for Students Academic Performance.

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