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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 3)
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A Survey of Students Study Habits in Selected Secondary Schools: Implication for Counselling

G.I. Osa-Edoh, and A.N.G. Alutu
Corresponding Author:  G.I. Osa-Edoh 

Key words:  Academic performance, Nigeria, student habits, study habit, , ,
Vol. 4 , (3): 228-234
Submitted Accepted Published
March 02, 2012 April 03, 2012 May 10, 2012
Abstract:

This study examined the usefulness of Imbibing in the students study habit as a means of enhancing their academic performance. The study tried to delve into the fallen standard of education in Nigeria and reasons for the fallen standard from the perspective of the stakeholders in education, the teacher, parents as well as the students themselves. The study also examined efforts that have been put in place in die past to put an end to the fallen standard of education. In these regard, some hypothesis were raised to find out reasons for the fallen standard. However, the study showed a high and academic performance. Furthermore, the difference in the study habits are attributed to the facts that students do not know how to study and those that manage to study do not adopt effective study methods!
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G.I. Osa-Edoh, and A.N.G. Alutu, 2012. A Survey of Students Study Habits in Selected Secondary Schools: Implication for Counselling.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 4(3): 228-234.
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