THE IMPACT OF THE PERSONALITY TRAITS ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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JHOSELLE TUS

Abstract

This study aims to investigate the influence of personality traits on the academic achievement of the Senior High School at St. Paul College of Bocaue. This study used the descriptive-correlation research method that utilized a standardized instrument as a primary data gathering tool. The respondents of the study were the Grade 11 Senior High School students at St. Paul College of Bocaue. The result of the study showed that the “Big Five” personality traits of the students were at an extreme level. Likewise, the result suggests that the students are very creative, focused on tackling new challenges, pays attention to detail, likes to be the center of attention, likes to meet new people, feels empathy and concern for other people. Moreover, the students experience a lot of stress, worry about many different things and feel anxious about their environment. Furthermore, the null hypothesis was tested at the 0.05 alpha level of significance to determine the impact of personality on the academic achievement of the students. The computed multiple regression analysis results revealed that personality traits do not significantly affect the academic achievement of the students.

Keywords:
Academic achievement, personality traits.

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TUS, J. (2019). THE IMPACT OF THE PERSONALITY TRAITS ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 13(6), 208–212. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOGRESS/article/view/4793
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