ACADEMIC SELF-REGULATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR SELF-CONFIDENCE

P. Kalieswari, Dr. S. Anandaraj

Abstract


This main objective of this research article is to briefly describe the academic self-regulation of high school students in relation to their self-confidence with regard to gender. In order to study the problem, the survey method was used to collect the data. The population of the present investigation is all the high school students studying in Sankarankovil taluk. From the population, 300 students were randomly selected as the sample for the study. The finding reveals that the level academic self-regulation and self-confidence of high school students are found to be moderate with regard to gender. The female students are better than male students in their academic self-regulation and self-confidence. The research also reveals that there is a significant relationship between academic self-regulation and self-confidence of high school students.

Keywords


Academic self-regulation, Self-confidence, High school Students.

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