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

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Abstract:
 
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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