Poor Study Habits: Hindrance to Academic Excellence

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De La Salle University - Dasmariñas College of Business Administration In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for ENGL103 POOR STUDY HABITS: HINDRANCE TO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Almario, Geraldine Bagalayos, Maria Venus Bajar, Ruth Diama, Irene Myka Escasinas, Vilma Professor Imelda Stuckle Chapter I - Introduction Rationale, Introduction and Environment of the Study Ever since Spanish Era prevailed, Filipinos had been become attached and greatly affected by the mark left onto everyone; the popular so - called “Mañana Habit” which spontaneously came across into everyone’s daily lives that for many, for sure a big cause of having a hard time focusing on some works on a certain day or schedule. Apparently, it had been…show more content…
Yet, there is always a solution to every circumstance on the rocky road for everyone to overcome it. Especially of that what matters here is about education mainly in the tertiary level that those views of certain number of students afflicted by these manners must be rightfully being informed of it and be advised of something worthwhile to avoid and even overcome it for the benefit of their studies and future lives. B. Statement of the Problem This study in the poor study habits as hindrance to academic excellence of CBA students is conducted with the aim of answering the following questions: 1. What are the poor study habits of CBA Students of De La Salle University of Dasmariñas? 2. Why do students continue having these habits? 3. How will the Students overcome their poor study habits? C. Scope and Limitation This study is focused on selected poor study habits of CBA students namely tardiness, sleeping, social networking, lack of attention, late submission of requirements, cramming, lack of effort and cheating. Reasons for having said bad habits will also be determined in this study. These reasons will be limited to peer pressure, habitual, laziness and on bandwagon effect only. 100 CBA students, 25 from each of its departments regardless of
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