The Social Sciences

Year: 2010
Volume: 5
Issue: 6
Page No. 514 - 519

Comparative Study of Kwara State Secondary School Students' Study Habits in English Language: Implication for Counselling

Authors : O.E. Abdullahi

Abstract: The thrust of the study was to compare Kwara State Secondary School Students’ study habits in English using some variables in their home-background and personal factors so as to examine the implication for counselling purposes. About 200 male and female students aged between 15 and 20 years were involved in the study. Results from students’ t-test statistical procedure revealed that there is significant difference between the various categories of students in the study habits variables of home-researchers and assignment, time allocation to study, reading and note-taking, concentration and teacher consultations. The counselling implications were examined and suggestions were made to these effects.

How to cite this article:

O.E. Abdullahi , 2010. Comparative Study of Kwara State Secondary School Students' Study Habits in English Language: Implication for Counselling. The Social Sciences, 5: 514-519.

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