The Effect Of Romantic Relationships On Academic Performance

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Register to read the introduction… (2003) on learning motivation and interaction in school shows that student perception of instructional behaviour sustains their involvement in classroom. Jackson, Weiss, Lundquist, and Hooper (2003) examine the degree to which cognitive motivation predicts academic performance. They point out that increased school activity may assist motivation. Paul and White (1990) examined extracurricular activity participation and academic achievement in a senior high school setting. They found that extracurricular activities and academic performance were highly correlated. They supported the hypothesis stated by Mynell (2004) more involvement in school activities means a better grade point …show more content…
* What is the effect of involvement in clubs or organizations on the academic performance of university students? * What is the effect of membership in student cults on the academic performance of university students? * What is the effect of excessive sporting activities on the academic performance of university students?
Significance and Objectives of the Study
Academic performance is continuously falling as student populations are increasing. This paper looks at social variables and their effect on academic performance. The study may be significant to parents who expect not just excellent performance but also responsible men and women outside school. It may also interest undergraduates and prospective students who may wish to pursue excellence in their chosen academic career.
Research Hypotheses
Ho: There is no significant relationship between dating and students' academic performance.
Ho: There is no significant relationship between membership in student cults and students' academic performance.
Ho: There is no significant relationship between membership in clubs and organizations and students' academic

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