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    Chapter 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE & STUDIES According to Palm Beach Community College (PBBC, 2008), they recommend that student’s study should have at least three hours out of class for every hour spent in class. They also said that a student must have a special place to study with plenty of room to work. And students should not be cramped. They presupposes that study time will go better if a learner take a few minutes at the start to straighten things up. A desk and straight-backed

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    Factors Influencing Study Habits There are many factors which affect study habits such as emotional, environmental, biological, social and psychological. Emotional factors: Motivation, responsibility, and persistence are those emotional factors which may influence study. Bad study habits can be transformed into productive habits through identification and modification. After knowing the current levels of these emotional factors, one can work to reshape it positively and can not only improve studying

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    Some people never learn effective study habits in high school. Thus, they may struggle through their first semester of college. A student should figure out how he studies the best; many people cannot create a quality essay at four in the morning with the music playing and the television on. Although poor study habits may cause the student to struggle, which results in unhappiness, he can become connected by joining clubs, music groups, or sports that will help a person make more friends while

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    My Personal Study Habits

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    Introduction This paper will be an examination of my personal study habits as a college freshman, and an effort to discover techniques to improve my ability to learn and remember the information I need to successfully graduate from college. I have learned most of my study habits by watching my very successful daughter, a high school junior with a rigorous course load making high honors, and attempting to mimic her. She has a very strong work ethic; generally, once she arrives home she takes a short

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    Ozamiz City, 7200 “THE EFFECT OF STUDY HABITS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECOND YEAR ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUMMER IN LA SALLE UNIVERSITY, OZAMIZ CITY, SCHOOL YEAR 2010” A research proposal Presented to: Mr. Raymundo Dolor, CPA, MBA, LLB In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Subject ACTW By Emphasis, Hazel G. Zamoras, Jaykie Luzette ABSTRACT This study identifies whether study habits bring positive or negative effects to the academic

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    Study habits itself affects the Academic performance of students taking up BS Accountancy measured by their General points average (GPA). According to Nonis & Hudson (2010), Study Habits can have either positive or negative effects with academic performance because of its direct relationship with it. There is a positive effect of study habits if one’s General Percentage Average (GPA) were good or high on the other hand, if their grades are below average there is a negative impact on it. Positive

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    payment my Father makes, he looks me in the eyes, credit card in hand, and tells me to study hard. These words may seem to some like he is comparing success to money, but to me, he’s sending a message. In the future, I want to provide for my family the way they have provided for me, meaning if I study hard and produce good grades now, it will produce me a successful career. This past semester, I learned new study skills, kept myself more coordinated, and went the extra mile when it came to studying

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    Study habits itself affects the Academic performance of students taking up BS Accountancy measured by their General points average (GPA). According to Nonis & Hudson (2010), Study Habits can have either positive or negative effects with academic performance because of its direct relationship with it. There is a positive effect of study habits if one’s General Percentage Average (GPA) were good or high on the other hand, if their grades are below average there is a negative impact on it. Positive

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    Bad Study Habits In High School As many students in college know, high school is not a place where you really had to study. When I got to college things changed drastically, I had fallen behind because I did not know how to study and never really had too. High schools could do a much better job at preparing study habits for college. First by giving us time in class to study. Next by giving quizzes randomly on what we were supposed to be studying in class. And last teachers giving us a spreadsheet

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    Study habits are a vital predictor for academic performance in students. Study habits are defined as a student’s pre-examination actions to improve learning and performance. Some constructive habits include: reading and taking notes, preparing for examinations prior to the week of the examination, choosing the best fit environment, having a positive attitude, and an underlying motivation. Research studies have shown that personality has an influence on study skills (Crede & Kuncel, 2016). Study

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