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  • Health and Its Effect to Academic Performance

    -old students lowered the probability of having graduated from or being enrolled in high school four years later by at least 11%. With regard to academic performance, the studies by Lopez-Frias (2001), DeSimone and Wolaver (2005) and Miller et al. (2007) unanimously conclude that frequent and binge drinking can have a significant impact on GPA scores or grades. These last two studies in this sense found, using data from the United States, that students who binge drank were more likely to self-report

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  • “the Effects of Having Boyfriend/Girlfriend Relationships in the Academic Performance of Selected High School Students

    PROBLEMS IN LISTENING OF THE FIRST YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF BULACAN AGRICULTURAL STATE COLLEGE” aimed to identify the problems in listening of the First year High school students of the Bulacan Agricultural State College during the second semester of A.Y 2011-2012. The study was conducted after a written permit from the principal of the Laboratory High School had been signed. Survey questionnaires were used for the study. This questionnaire adopted from English Macro Skills by Nielo et.al (2009

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  • Academic Performance

    tertiary institutions; provide equitable access at all levels so that deserving poor households and communities can benefit from public education provision; and improve overall sector management through greater local participation and accountability. These recommendations still apply. As the current Secretary of the Department of Education states, “We can hardly point to a problem—whether it is lack of facilities, corruption, declining academic standards—that we had not seen before.” The record

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  • Academic Performance

    asdsdsAcademic achievement or (academic) performance is the outcome of education — the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their educational goals. Academic achievement is commonly measured by examinations or continuous assessment but there is no general agreement on how it is best tested or which aspects are most important — procedural knowledge such as skills or declarative knowledge such as facts.[1] In California, the achievement of schools is measured by the

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  • Malnutrition and Academic Performance

    , and Yoder (1972) There have been many investigations, however, regarding the effects of early malnutrition on variables that might be expected to be of significance for school performance. From the beginning of the 1960s, knowledge has accumulated about the way that different types of under nutrition, occurring during different phases of development and at varying times, have influenced the development of the central nervous system in animals. It has also been documented for a long time that the

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  • Effects of Having a Relationship on Academic Performance of Students

    special occasion, couples eating tighter during lunch breaks. It feels good to see the both happy and contented with each other, but I wonder, how the performance of this students in their class is. Do they still manage to properly divide their time for both their love ones and academic issues? In this study, we wanted to know the effects of having a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship on the academic performance of students whether it is positive or negative. We wanted to find out if it is

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  • “the Effect of Study Habits on the Academic Performance of Computer Science Students of Usm”

     “THE EFFECT OF STUDY HABITS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS OF USM” A research proposal Presented to: Arellano In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject By Amina S. Kalamag March, 2013 Table of Contents Chapter Page I. The Problem Introduction 1 Conceptual Framework 2 Schematic Diagram 3

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  • Effect of Broken Home on Students Academic Performance

    unintended pregnancy—the reason women seek abortion in the first place—and its causes. Much has happened since the 1989 abortion study. Notably, women are now having nearly one child fewer than they did just two decades ago—a decline from a lifetime average of 2.9 children in 19904 to 2.1 children as of 2010.5 Indeed, Colombia has now reached replacement fertility, which means that the population will no longer grow every year. However, even though women want far smaller families now than they

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  • Effect of Online Social Networking on Student Academic Performance

    of previous studies having already found that extra study time increases students’ academic performance, but their research addressed other potentially beneficial ways of spending free time. Their results were drawn from more than 6000 student responses to the 2006 University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey. Aside from confirming that TIME MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE study time has a strong influence on academic attentiveness and GPAs, they found that physical

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  • Academic Performance

    Academic Performance 1) The research topic ;  Academic Performance THE EFFECT OF STUDY HABITS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN KPTM-KL 2) Background research ; The extent of student’s learning in academics may be determined by the grades that a student earns for a period of learning has been done. It is believed that a grade is a primary factor that indicates of such learning. If a student earns high grades it is concluded that they may also have learned a lot while low

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  • Academic Performance

    Abstract Family setting and structure is playing a crucial role in strengthening or devastating student‟s academic performance. Family is the primary socializing agent which moulds the child in society. Therefore, the study was conducted to know the effects of family structure on academic performance of the students at elementary level in district Karak. The main Journal of Sociological Research ISSN 1948-5468 2012, Vol. 3, No.2 www.macrothink.org/jsr 235 objectives of the study were: (a

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  • Effect of Social Networking on Academic Performance

    social networking sites on students, some schools have started sensitization workshops while others organized seminars for viably handling social networking sites. The researchers chose this topic to have more knowledge about the good and bad effects of social networking on students, especially on college students. This study entitled Effect of Social Networking on Academic Performance has the following objectives: 1) To know the profile of the respondents; 2) To know how do the respondents find

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  • Effect of Computer Usage to the Academic Performance of the Selected Senior Students

    multiplayer games. A game will become an online game if it involves in using a computer or a series of computers with one player in each computer to battle it out with other players using the Internet depending on the game genre. “Effects of computer usage to the academic performance of students” Chapter II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The scope of Computer effects derives a wide scope of related literature that is worth mentioning. In this regard, this literature review concerning the

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  • The Effect of Broken Homes on the Academic Performance

    his research paper focuses on the integration of creative problem solving process and how it affects the academic performance of the students. Its primary purpose is to introduce new strategies into the realm of teaching that is both effective and interactive. This paper also made use of a quasi experimental design where two classes were selected, one as the experimental group and the other as control group. After more than two weeks of treatment, it was found out that creative problem solving

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  • Effect of Broken Home on the Academic Performance Among Student S in Secondary School

    child's upbringing suffer. It is less commonly used for parents who have simply split up, and are still noth in contact, and on good terms with the child CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE This chapter presents the review of related literature and studies about broken homes and their effects to children’s character. The review focuses on a number of different instruments used to prove that belonging to a broken family is the main cause for these children to possess strong character. The

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  • Academic Performance

    * positively enforced * rewarding of good behavior * providing pastoral care for students * maintaining a physical space, including cyber environment that maximizes staff and student safety * supporting staff wellbeing. Good facilities appear to be an important precondition for student learning, provided that other conditions are present that support a strong academic program in the school. A growing body of research has linked student achievement and

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  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance

    the type of family-school linkages a particular school district or individual school might choose to pursue" (p. 2). Gianzero thrashes out various functions of a family that play a crucial role in the performance of a student. Ginazero explains that a family leaves deeper effects on the academic performance of a student. An education-friendly home environment, values and priorities, living style and routines of family, support of parents to solve difficult issues, help in home work

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  • Effect of Broken Home on Student Academic Performance

    home. Stephen and Ceci (2001) observed that parent-child interactions are forces that lead to better academic performance. Also, Aremu (2000) found in his study that undergraduates that received democratic type of parenting performed better than their counterparts from autocratic homes. In a study conducted on the effects of family structure and parenthood on the academic performance of Nigerian University students, Uwaifo (2008) found significant difference between the academic performance of

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  • Academic Performance

    researchers have long been interested in exploring variables contributing effectively for quality of performance of learners. These variables are inside and outside school that affect students’ quality of academic achievement. Generally these factors include age, gender, socioeconomic status, income. . In a broader context demography is referred to as a way to explore the nature and effects of demographic variables in the biological and social context. Students’ academic performance is affected by

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  • What Are the Effects of High School Students Having a Boyfriend or Girlfriend.Docx Uploaded

    What Are the Effects of High School Students Having a Boyfriend or Girlfriend? Dating in high school may result in unexpected consequences. For many high school students, having a partner is near the top of their priority list and some individuals may feel left out or inadequate if they aren't in a serious relationship by the end of high school. In the short term, having a boyfriend or girlfriend can lead to happiness and a sense of belonging, but such a relationship can also lead to other

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  • Effect of Facebook on Academic Performance of College Students

    OUR LADY OF LOURDES COLLEGE FOUNDATION Daet, Camarines Norte COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EFFECTS OF FACEBOOK ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS In partial fulfilment of the requirements in Social Studies 4117 Research in Social Studies Cydrick B. Andaya (BSEd-IV) Researcher Ms. Celia Gatacilo Research Adviser CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION A. Background of the Study Facebook, otherwise known as FB, is the largest online social networking site in the world with

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  • The Effect of Study Habits on Academic Performance

    The Effect of Study Habits on the Academic Performance of Baguio Juniors The researchers decided to conduct a research about the study habits because they want to know the techniques of Baguio Juniors on having good grades. They want to find out if the study habits have positive or negative effects on the academic performance of the students. They also want to share the findings to those students who have difficulties on their subjects. Statement of the Problem/Research Question The

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  • Class Size and Its Effect on the Academic Performance of the Pupils in Sies and Oies

    Statistics Academic Performance SIES/OIES Pearson-r -0.038 N=478: Correlation is significant if at least +/- 0.076 Correlation is said to be significant if the r=value is at least +/- 0.076. As shown in the table above, class size was reported as having no significant relationship with the academic performance of the pupils with r=value equal to -0.038. Similar to the findings, one study conducted by Michael Kornfeld found out that class size is not associated with the academic performance

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  • Academic Performance

    Epidemiology, 41, 415-421. Omigbodun, O. O., Onibokun, A. C., Yusuf, B. O., Odukogbe, A. A., & Omigbodun, A. O. (2004). Stressors and counseling needs of undergraduate nursing students in Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Nursing Education, 43(9), 412-415. Orpen, C. (1996). The interactive effects of social support and test anxiety on student academic performance. Education, 116(3), 464-465. Pagana, K. D. (1988). Stress and threats reported by baccalaureate nursing student in relation to an initial clinical

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  • Effects of Having Relationships to Academic Performance

    reduce subjective uncertainty. Results indicated that having a boyfriend/girlfriend was related to negative emotional and behavioral adjustment for those early adolescents who were unpopular among same sex-peers. According to Brendgen et al., (2002), for adolescent who were popular among same-sex peers, romantic involvement was not related to emotional and behavioral adjustment. Moreover, theorists suggested that romantic relationship has a great role in the academic performance of adolescents

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  • Having Team Performance Discussions

    ACTPS Performance Framework Having Team Performance Discussions: A Guide for ACTPS Supervisors and Managers What are team performance discussions? A team performance discussion lets all team members: • Get the same information, at the same time • Contribute to planning, reviewing and assessing the performance of their team • Understand how their work fits into and supports the ‘big picture’ of strategic goals. Performance and development can be undertaken with

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  • “the Effects of Having Boyfriend/Girlfriend Relationships in the Academic Performance of Selected High School Students

    The Shahada is the gnosis of God and all his messenger(s). It is to accept the one and only Almighty Creator and his last messenger Mohammed (peace upon him). The concept of one God is called Tawheed. Importance of shahada it is enough to say that you have reached the side of safety. When someone says that ‘I am a Muslim’ it means he or she accepted and admitted Kalimat at-Tawheed, Kalimat ash-Shahada, "ashhadu an la ilaha illa Allah wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan Rasulullah". To become a Muslim

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  • Effect of School Fercilities on Student Academic Performance

    of data collection should be firstly tackled because any (during data collection) of the project will go a long way to reflecting in the result . the data used in this project is a secondary data. OBJECTIVES OF THE SURVEY This can be summarized as follows: thus, to study: (a) Efficiency of nitrogen fertilizer application on hybrid of maize and sugar beet. (b) The effects of different rates(levels) of nitrogen fertilizer on different varities of Maize and sugar Beet (c) To determine the

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  • Academic Performance

    research will share a tip how to improve the study skill to the student of KPTM-KL. The main objective of this research is to resolve the problem that KPTM-KL student face it in the study habit so they will improve the academic performance. This is the reason why this research is conduct at KPTM-KL. 6) Research question The broad research question for this study was: Do undergraduate students of KPTM-KL academic backgrounds experience success equally as a result of a Study habit? More

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  • Academic Performance

    , contrast, etc. are likely to demand thought on the part of most students. If, however, such classification or evaluations have been made in a previous class exercise some students may easily remember the answers and, in such a case, a thought question for one student becomes a memory question for another. (Monroe, 1923) Hence, the academic performance of a student mostly depend on his/her evaluation in exam. Students excel on either one of the two types or both. But oftentimes, examinees

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  • Academic Performance

    Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology. Volume 3. Number 1. January 2006. FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE A Case Of Private Colleges Syed Tahir Hijazi1 and S.M.M. Raza Naqvi2 Abstract: Many empirical studies are carried out to explore factors affecting college students’ performance. The focus of this research is that student performance in intermediate examination is associated with students’ profile consisted of his attitude towards attendance in classes, time allocation for

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  • Research About Academic Performance

    Expectancy scale contains two subscales, Control of Learning Beliefs and Self-Efficacy for Learning and Performance. Control of Learning Beliefs consists of four items to measure a student’s belief that their efforts will result in positive gains in learning and academic performance (e.g., “If I study in appropriate ways, then I will be able to learn the material in this course”). Self-Efficacy consists of eight items to measure self-appraisal of the ability to master tasks (e.g., “I’m certain

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  • Academic Performance

    involved in the selection of a strategy, its application and the sharing concept. For many employees it is very difficult to share their knowledge and sometimes even to use the tools for knowledge management. The lecture- forum entitled “Librarians as Knowledge Managers in the Networked Knowledge Economy” discussed by Joel Buenrostro of Capability Development Specialist Accenture at SMX Convention Center Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City on September 16, 2011.The lecture- forum discusses two

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  • Smartphones vs Academic Performance

    Smartphone vs. Academic Performance How smart is it to use a “Smartphone” in academic courses? You might think of your professor before answering this question. Many teachers have zero-tolerance policy when it comes to cell phone use during class, while others might see it as a “learning tool” to boost students’ excitement in education. In the end, they are used, both overtly and covertly in classroom settings, despite the rules of not doing so. It is undeniable that cell phones are an

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  • Academic Performance

    even after typical dropout controls were implemented in the models (McNeal). Another paper researched a similar concept as that addressed by this study: preseason and post-season athletic participation’s effects on academic performance (Din, 2005). The author, however, limited the study to rural high schools. The investigation reviewed the data from 225 students from four rural high school districts (Din). The author compared the pre-season grades in a number of subjects with their post

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  • The Effect of Broken Home on the Academic Performance of Students

    following divorce. Psychologically health and perhaps even stronger, more independent and excellent having successfully mastered the challenges associated with divorces. The new findings are well come respite to the former dooms day forecasts, that significantly affect the way we perceived children of divorce homes. A more have been investigated into the relationships between broken homes and academic achievement. DUCAN (1973), started that the relationship between home variable and academic

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  • The Effect of Social Activities on the Academic Performance of Students

    or clubs and sport activities as been found affecting academic performance in terms of time demanded and psychological state. A student may engage in any of the stated variables, the question is how one strikes a balance between the stressful academic attainment and social activities. In addition social activity involves all activities that have to do with human interaction, therefore education and socialization cannot be treated in isolation as they are both like the two sides of a coin. it’s

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  • Effect of Broken Family in Academic Performance of Students

    status of the parents level of education of parents, family size and health facility. To deal with the effects of broken homes on the academic performance of students, certain questions were asked these include: - a.           Cannot comprehend well in school because I don’t take my breakfast before going to school. b.           I perform well in school because I live with my parents. c.           Cannot pay my tuition fees because my mom and dad have separated. d.           Children

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  • The Effect of Gadgets on Students Academic Performance

    everything else, like their social life, their family and friends. Is not a bad thing to have a computer, but is a bad thing to spend all your life in front of it pretending that everything else doesn’t exist. Otherwise, most gadgets have positive effects because they enable us to do things faster and easier and they are also good when it comes to learning new things and, let’s face it, they make our life a lot easier. There is some list of the essential gadgets for students we have: A laptop

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  • Academic Performance

    2.3 Ways of Improving the Performance of English and Literature among Students in Secondary Schools For a long time, motivation is generally involved with English as foreign language teachers and researchers have been attempting to sustain students’ motivation in learning English by knowing their English learning motivation types and factors which influence their supporting motivation in the long process of English and literature learning is still in requirement of investigation (Lei, 2012

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  • The Effects of Having an Early Relationship on Its Academic Performance

    THE EFFECTS OF HAVING AN EARLY RELATIONSHIP ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF GRADE-9 STUDENTS OF IPIL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL: A CASE STUDY LEADERS BEJIE C. PELICANO JAKE CARILLO MEMBERS JULIEN TOMOLAC MELODY CANONEO FEARLY VIOVICENTE CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND IT’ S SCOPE INTRODUCTION RATIONALE OF THE STUDY Having an early relationship is one of the problem of Ipil National High School. There is no good effect to their studies. It

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  • Effect of Video Games in the Academic Performance of Grade 11 Pupils

    also determine how much effort student may put into trying to understand the text. Internet became a guide to analyze these changes and informed people about changes. Dependent variables were the focus of investigations which behaviour or status is influenced by the independent variables. They are the effects on the learning studies, which include retention and comprehension in cognition process. Retention employs how a student retained such information in connection to the subject matter

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  • Academic Performance

    participants of the study were 450 secondary school students of both sexes drawn from ten schools of Ibadan. Data were collected by employing achievement test in mathematics as a measure of academic achievement. The results revealed significant differences in the academic achievement of male and female students in mathematics. Male students were found to have better achievement in mathematics. Leeson et al. (2008) examined cognitive ability, personality and academic performance on a sample of 639

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  • The Effect of Parent Socio Economic Status on Student Academic Performance.

    federal legislation can be critically analyzed. This analysis can help determine whether or not current policies are benefiting students or if perhaps other policies would be more beneficial. There are several topical areas that are most commonly linked to academic performance including Student Role Performance (SRP) factors, school factors, family factors, and peer factors. Student Role Performance is how well an individual fulfills the role of a student in an educational setting. Sex, race

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  • Academic Performance

    factors. Almost all of the factors are a variable of academic performance. However, the researchers would like to investigate the possible relationship of factors affecting to the academic achievement of under graduate students of Notre Dame of Tacurong College. “Significance of the Study” Paulo Angelo Dela Rosa Mary Joy Cantilla James Cañete Ansarie Datua Bonnie Fe Bangero Beverly Acana 1. This study would provide relevant information to the school administrators to provide the availability of resources. 2. A major contribution of this study lies in the demonstration of a large impact of the role of mothers on students’ performance. 3.

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  • The Effects of Having Boyfriend/Girlfriend Relationships in the Academic Performance of Selected High School Students

    The following survey consists of a handful of questions regarding road safety issues in Bangladesh and its current scenario. The findings gathered from this survey will be incorporated into a research paper on social and economical dilemma between proactive and ad-hoc measures. I would appreciate your honest answers to the given questions. Thank you for your time and cooperation! General Information

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  • Academic Performance

    Academic Standards Students must maintain high academic standards in all their program activities. After attempting 12 credit hours, all students must maintain an overall grade point average (GPA) above 2.75 to be considered as making satisfactory progress. If a student’s overall GPA falls to 2.75 or below, the student and advisor are notified by the Registrar that the student is not making satisfactory progress. If the overall GPA of any student falls below 2.65, the Registrar will

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  • Academic Performance

    hopefully benefits the following individual: 1. Students. The students will be benefited in the study in a way that they can improve their learning style which is better for them to have a good academic performance. 2. Teachers. They will be able to know the academic performance of the students and they can motivate them to study hard. They would also know to have a better understanding of themselves and to make them more aware on bringing their students toward academic excellence. 3

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  • Academic Performance

    not. 1. Reliability is a subjective term which can not be measured precisely but today there are instruments which can estimate the reliability of any research. Reliability is the repeatability of any research, research instrument, tool or procedure. If any research yields similar results each time it is undertaken with similar population and with similar procedures, it is called to be a reliable research. Suppose a research is conducted on the effects of separation between parents on class

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  • Declining Academic Performance

    The effects of the vices mentioned earlier on health could also result to poor academic performance. Here are the proofs of declining academic performance – tardiness, absences, skipping classes, poor motivation, loss of interest – all could result to failing grades. * Loss of interest/ poor motivation * Poor health/ smoking First, it may affect the physical energy level of a child which determines the time (including classroom attendance and after school educational activities

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