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REPORT ON PSCHYLOGY TOOL

VARIABLE: STUDY HABITS


TOOL : RATING SCALE
INDEX
No. Contents Page No.
1 Introduction
2 Collection of Data
3 Methodology
4 Analysis and Interpretation
5 Statistical Analysis
6 Conclusion and Suggestions
7 Appendix
INTRODUCTION
Study habit are the ways that we have
formed during our school years. Good study
habit include being organized keeping note
books, Reading our text books, Listening in
class and working everyday. Bad study habits
include skipping class, Not doing your work,
Watching TV and losing your work. Study
habits is the habitual practice once use to
help them study and learn. Good study habits
can help students achieve or maintain good
grades.
COLLECTION OF DATA
For the data collection we choose 20
samples. We collected the data from the
students of Sreenarayana Higher Secondary
School,Muvattupuzha, And the class of 9.B.
Each of them evaluate the questions and
make the appropriate column. Through this
data collection, the different levels of
students are analysed. This tool is done in
the form of a survey. The rating scale is
about study habits at form and class.
METHODOLOGY
In this rating scale which deals with study habits at class
room. Always (A),Often (O), Some times (S), Rarely (R), And
Never (N) These five response are provided for each
statement.
Scoring was strictly based on scoring
Manuel. The question air contains positive and negative
statements. Form A contains 22 positive statements and 3
negative statements. Form B contains 8 positive statements
and 7 negative statements.
RATING
A O SCALE
S OFRPOSITIVE
N
4 3 2 1 0
STATEMENT

A O S R N
0 1 2 3 4
RATING SCALE OF NEGATIVE
ANALYSIS AND
INTERPRETATION OF

DATA
Analysis and interpretation of data was based on the
information collected from the students.

STUDY HABIT AT CLASSROOM


Sl.No Group/Category of No.of students
Students
1 Above 3
2 Average 12
3 Below 5
After analysing the 20 samples of students it is noted that
students have above study habits, normal study habit and
below study habit. Only 3 students possess above study habits.
From this analysis we can understood that this students have
no proper study habits and they should improve their study.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
No. Name OUT OF 50 PERCENTAGE
1 Abhijith K.S 24 48
2 Afsal Rasheedh 32 64
3 Ahalya Suresh 33 66
4 Akshay K 26 52
5 Amalna Ali 28 56
6 Anandhu MN 38 76
7 Anand Jayan 22 49
8 Animol Biju 31 62
9 Basil AS 39 78
10 Bismina Nasar 29 58
11 Gopu Jayakrishnan 43 86
12 Harikrishnan KC 32 69
13 Jibin Joby 30 60
14 Krishnapriya KP 29 58
15 Karthik p 33 66
16 Raipha Salim 36 72
17 Rohit Rajeev 25 50
18 Rojin Raju 22 44
19 Swathi Krishna 45 90
20 Yasin TK 25 50
RAW DATA
24,32,33,26,28,38,22,31,39,29,43,32
,30,29,33,36,25,22,45,25.
FREEQUENCY TABLE
Class Tally Mark Freequency
20-25 111 3
25-30 111111 6
30-35 111111 6
35-40 111 3
40-45 1 1
45-50 1 1
Total 20
RAW DATA
27,30,31,28,27,36,25,32,37,27,41,34
,33,32,31,38,24,25,47,24.
FREEQUENCY TABLE
Class Tally Mark Freequency
20-25 11 2
25-30 111111 6
30-35 1111111 7
35-40 111 3
40-45 1 1
45-50 1 1
Total 20
MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY

class Freeque Med x fx Cumulative


ncy (f)) freequency
(cj)
20-25 3 22.5 67.5 3
25-30 6 27.5 165 9
30-35 6 32.5 195 15
35-40 3 37.5 112.5 18
40-45 1 42.5 42.5 19
45-50 1 47.5 47.5 20
Total 20 630
Mean
Mean=fx
n
=630/20
=31.5
Median
Median =l+(N/2-f)xc
f
L= lower limit of the median class
N= total freequency
F= sum of freequency below lower limit of median class
f = freequency of the median class
C= class intervel
Median class= 30-35
Here,l=30,N=20,f=9, f=6,c=5

Median = 30+(20/2-9)x5= 30+0.83


6
=30.83
Mode
Mode=3 median-2 mean
=3(30.83)-2(31.5)
=92.44-63
=29.44

Mean = 31.5

Median = 30.83

Mode = 29.44
MEASURES OF DISPERSION
Standard Deviation
Assumed Mean (a)=32.5
class Frequency( Med x d= x-a fd1 d2 fd2
f) c
20-25 3 22.5 -2 -6 4 12

25-30 6 27.5 -1 -6 1 6

30-35 6 32.5 0 0 0 0

35-40 3 37.5 1 3 1 3

40-45 1 42.5 2 2 4 4

45-50 1 47.5 3 3 9 9

Total 20 -4 34
SD Cx
fd 2 ( fd )2
N N

34 4
5x ( )2
20 20
5 x 1.7 0.04
5 x 1.66
5 x1.288
6.44

Standard Deviation = 6.44


Conclusion:
On the basis of the findings of the study the following conclusions were drawn.
May students do not study just for the interest of study.
Lack of proper study habit.
The difference in the study habit are attributed to the fact that students do not know
how to study.

Suggestions:
Parents should always check their works at home to ensure that they study more
often than not.
Teacher should motivate students on their study because student must be motivated
before they can motivated before they can study effectively.