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THE PROBLEM 1.1 Introduction The extent of students learning in academic maybe determined by the grades a student earns for a period of learning has been done. The primary indicator of such learning is based on the grades of a learner. We can conclude that if a learner got high grades it means that they have learned well and if a learner has low grades we can indicate that he has a lesser learning. In many experiences and professional study they found out that there are several factors that can affect the grades of a learner. Here are some factors – gender, IQ, age, year level, parent’s educational attainment, civil status, study habits etc. In fact, almost all of existing environmental and personal factors are a variable of academic performances. However, at this point in time our research would like to investigate on the possible effect of study habits on the academic performance of sophomore students in Math I at Bataan Peninsula State University – Balanga Campus, College of Education. A. Conceptual Framework

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INDEPENDENT VARIABLES DEPENDENT VARIABLES

TIME MANAGEMENT

BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION

STUDY SKILLS

STUDY HABITS

Independent variables as it influence dependent variables of this research are on the bases of Time management, Behavioral modification, Study skills to Study habits. These independent variables will be our base in studying the study habits of sophomore students in math I at Bataan Peninsula State University-Balanga Campus. We will be proving that these three independent variables are big help for the students to make their study habits improve so that they can earn and have a better learning.

1.2 Statement of the Problem

This study intended to find out the factors affecting the study habits of sophomore students in Math I. It also aimed to answer the following...

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