EFFECT OF ANXIETY LEVELS OF B.ED. STUDENTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Authors

  • Dr. Meena Devi Professor of Education, Guru Angand Dev Nagar – 8, Muktsar – 152026, Punjab, India
  • Jaspreet Chauhan ESOL Instructor GTCC, High Point North Corila Thomavilla , USA.

Keywords:

anxiety, academics performance, students

Abstract

In the present study on attempt has been made to identify the (i) relationship between academic performance and anxiety levels of B.Ed. students (ii)the influence of gender on the levels of anxiety (iii) the influence of anxiety test on academic performance, it was concluded that there is low positive correlation between academic performance and anxiety levels of students; male and female students differ in their anxiety levels; the academic performance of students on the anxiety test day differs from that of the academic performance on the same subjects on the non- test day.

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Published

15-08-2016

How to Cite

Dr. Meena Devi, & Jaspreet Chauhan. (2016). EFFECT OF ANXIETY LEVELS OF B.ED. STUDENTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(8). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/390