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The effects of students’ living environments have been studied for many years to analyze students living environment factors that influenced the students’ academic results which can either be positive or negative.
Dakin’s (2008) study on College Success among Students Who Reside in Different Environment is an example of a study about the student’s environment, which focused on academic study habits, and student satisfaction. His study attempts to uncover environmental influences on a college student’s ability to succeed. The environmental conditions that were found if duplicated to a larger student population could benefit future college students’ ...view middle of the document...
In contrast to the popular idea about the sound of the environment, not everyone needs to study in a perfectly quiet environment. However, if students do choose to study with music, they should choose Baroque classical music because the tempo and instrumentation of this music seems to be most compatible with study and learning. The lighting of the place is also a factor to be considered when choosing the study place.
According to Pogue (2000), what is true about study habits was that more than thirty years ago still rings true today-students fail because they do not know how to study. The best advice he can give is to develop sound study skills.
It’s a common scene if some college students fail to finish a passing requirement for a subject course. What is lacking is their ignorance of developing good study habits that are necessary for good academic performance. And to worsen their ignorance are their psychological conception of giving up so easily and the tempting distractions of the surrounding that lead them to a zero percent possibility of creating their own ideal habits. So, it has become a major trouble to college students who are known to be suffocated with loads of works from school.
To elaborate more about sound study habits, Rothkopf (1982) referred to it as to whether students study at the same time each day, whether they shut off radio, television while reading and whether they paraphrase and write down what they have read during the practical instructions. Study habit also describes some external activities which serve to activate and facilitate the internal process of learning.
Study habit is the daily routine of students with regards to their academic duties and responsibilities. Each student has his own study habits varying on his preferences with the place and time of...