ACHIEVEMENT IN CHEMISTRY OF IX GRADERS IN RELATION TO STUDY HABITS

Dr. Jaya Chawla

Abstract


The Study was conducted to investigate the significance of relationship between Achievement in Chemistry and Study Habits. Sample of the study consisted of 151 IX class students selected randomly from two Government schools of Ludhiana city. Study Habit Inventory by Achievement test in Chemistry (developed and standardized by the investigator) and Study Habit Inventory by Mukhopadhyaya and Sansanwal (2011, revised) were used as tools for data collection. The results of the study showed that there exists a positive and significant relationship between the two variables of the study. 


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Achievement in Chemistry, Study Habits, IX Graders

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