Learning approaches, study time and academic performance

@article{Kember1995LearningAS,
  title={Learning approaches, study time and academic performance},
  author={David Kember and Qun Wang Jamieson and Mike Pomfret and Eric T. T. Wong},
  journal={Higher Education},
  year={1995},
  volume={29},
  pages={329-343}
}
This study investigated the relationship between learning approach, time spent studying and grades awarded. A class of mechanical engineering students (N=34; male) were asked to keep an hour-by-hour study diary for one week. The Biggs' Study Process Questionnaire (SPQ) provided measures of these students' approach to study tasks. Use of a surface approach to learning was found to be positively correlated with both high attendance in class and greater hours of independent study time. The former… CONTINUE READING

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