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Studying habits

Members:
Miguel Maroto Lema
David Aranda Arzaga
Alexander Ponce Mendoza
Studying habits
Objectives:
Improve academic achievement in students.
Find specific reasons for low academic performance in some
students.
To motivate in students the use of adequate learning techniques that
help to be more effective their study time.
Convenience Sampling

Convenience sampling is a non-


probability sampling technique where
subjects are selected because of their
convenient accessibility and proximity
to the researcher.
A convenience sample of 30 students
representing exactly 0.433% of the
university student population was
selected. Who was sent an online
survey of five questions about study
habits.
Questions
1) Do you start with a quick reading of
everything you have to study each time?

Total: 30
Yes: 7
No: 23
2) Do you do a general examination before
concentrating to study?

Total: 30
Yes: 9
No: 21
3) Do you study in advance for your lessons or
exams?

Total: 30
Yes: 7
No: 23
4) Do you write down what you have to study
every day?

Total: 30
Yes: 12
No: 18
5) Do you dedicate specific time to study each
subject?

Total: 30
Yes: 6
No: 24
Conclusions
From these results, we can conclude that most students give a quick
reading of everything they have to study.
They also express that before they start, they evaluate themselves to know
which issues they should reinforce more.
Most of students study in advance for their lessons or exams, which
reduces the study pressure before a week of exams or week of lessons.
A little more than half of the students write daily what they have to study,
this greatly benefits the compression and mastery of the topics of each
subject, in this way improving their academic performance.
In a great majority, the students dedicate a specific time for each subject
and this way it facilitates the learning of the topics, especially the more
complicated ones that are usually the ones that give more problems.