Academic Performance of College Students : Influence of Time Spent Studying and Working

  title={Academic Performance of College Students : Influence of Time Spent Studying and Working},
  author={Sarath A. Nonis and Gail I Hudson}
are less prepared for college-level work than their predecessors. Once they get to college, they tend to spend fewer hours studying while spending more hours working , some even full time (D. the authors examined the effect of both time spent studying and time spent working on academic performance. The authors further evaluated the interaction of motivation and ability with study time and its effect on academic performance. The results suggested that nonability variables like motivation and… CONTINUE READING
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