Hebron University Journal - Hebron University Journal for Research - Volume 12, Issue 2, 2017 - Contribution of Some Variables in the Prediction of Academic Self Efficiency among Working Female Married Students in the Postgraduate Stage

Hebron University Research Journal


This study aimed at identifying the level of academic self-efficiency, and investigation of statistically significant differences in the dimensions of academic self-efficiency across variables of ( working hours, and number of children). The sample of the study consisted of (157) post graduate female students. The study used the descriptive analytical method, and academic self-efficiency scale.The results showed average level  on academic self- efficiency and all dimensions of scale. The study showed that there arestatistically significant difference in the variable (working hours), in the 2 dimensions (perseverance & effort, learning & achievement)in favor ofshorter working hours (5) hours. The results also indicated that there is a significant statistically difference in the variablenumber of children in the two dimensions (perseverance & effort, learning & achievement) in favor of those with the least number of children (3) children. 

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