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“The Effect Of Study Habits On The Academic Performanceof Freshmen Education Students In Xavier University, Cagayan De Oro City, School Year 2008 2009

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He said that a student should make sure that he/she has a good studyenvironment, a good desk, a sturdy chair, good light, comfortable roomtemperature and a quiet atmosphere. That means he/she should eliminate allexternal and internal distractions. Second, get a good overview of theassignment before starting the work. Know what skills, facts and ideas thatare expected to master and the ground that are expected to cover. Start withmost difficult subject first, while the mind is freshest and most receptive.Professors in the developing countries said that theundergraduate students should be fully equip with high level of analyticalskills, the capacity for critical reasoning, self-reflection and conceptual graspand ability to learn autonomously and exercise flexibility of mind (Simmons2003). Study habits are said to be improving because of the advent and wideuse of the ...view middle of the document...

Studying is theinterpretation of reading materials. Study habits and skills are particularlyimportant for college students, whose needs include time management, notetaking, Internet skill, the elimination of distractions, and assigning a highpriority to study.

Fielden (2004) states that good study habits help the student in criticalreflection in skills outcomes such as selecting, analyzing, critiquing, andsynthesizing. Nneji (2002) states that study habits are learning tendenciesthat enable students work private.The study conducted by Hope L. Graven (2008) on the relationshipbetween an individual's amount of caffeine consumption during his/her studysession and the individual's study habits showed that the main effect of drinking caffeine on exam preparation was not significant There wereparticipants, 20 male and 58 female college students (N=78), answered self-ratings on their personal consumption of caffeine as well as their study habitswhen preparing for a test/exam. It was hypothesized that the more caffeine astudent consumes while studying, the more accurately his or her study habitswould be labeled as 'unhealthy', as determined by the researchers. Unhealthystudy habits were operationally defined as low scores on amount of time per study session, time(in days) when preparation began, and amount of information the participants believed they had retained. High scores onanxiety level were included in 'unhealthy' study habits. A Pearson correlationindicated no relationship between amount of caffeine consumed whilestudying and the individual's effectiveness of studying and preparation.Marcus Credé and Nathan R. Kuncel (2008) in their research at theUniversity of Albany said that Study habit, skill, and attitude inventories andconstructs were found to rival standardized tests and previous grades aspredictors of academic performance, yielding substantial incremental validityin predicting academic performance. The meta-analysis examined theconstruct validity and predictive validity of 10 study skill constructs for college

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