Factors Affecting Failing Grade
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTOIN Many factors can affect academic performance, which means how a person does on schoolwork. The physical condition of the student has a great deal to do with that person’s ability to do a good a good job on anything and to understand anything. For example, if the student has poor eyesight, he or she might not be able to read well.
If the student has a hearing impairment, he or she might not be able to listen to and understand instructions.
If the student has a disease, it might impair his or her ability to do the required work. Students with less money might not be able to purchase school supplies that could help them with their work — rulers, paper, pens, computers, books, etc. Students with less money might have household responsibilities that wealthier students do not have — babysitting for younger kids while the parents work second and third jobs, working for money outside of school, or spending homework time waiting in line for food at a food shelter.
Students might live in difficult conditions without electricity or water, and might have to go away from home to take a shower, brush their teeth, have breakfast, and wash their clothing. Some students are just not disciplined and lack good organizational skills. They often fall under the pressure of their peers. Rather than using good discretion, they feel compelled to follow others (socially), when they really should be attending to their studies. Scope and limitation This Research is mainly dealt with knowing purchase and ost purchase behaviour. This Research is focuses on product output which customer get from the product. This Research is also focus on changing preference of customers because in today’s time there are so many best option for customer for every electronic product. This Research also studies that product are reaching up to the expectation of customer or not. A electronic product company differentiate its product on different grounds. So we study that, for which qualities company is advertising, those features that product have or not.
Definition of Terms Students – A student is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution. Academic performance – refers to how students deal with their studies and how they cope with or accomplish different tasks given to them by their teachers. Study Habits – It means you are not distracted by anything, you have a certain place to go where it is quiet everyday where you study and do homework. Basically it means that you are doing the best you can to get the grades you want.
Work load – The amount of work assigned to or expected from a worker in a specified time period. Financial problems – can ultimately lead to a bad credit rating. This can affect one’s ability to buy a house, purchase a car or even get a job. Emotional Condition – is an increasingly common occurrence in today’s hectic and often toxic lifestyles. Grades – in the realm of education are standardized measurements of varying levels of comprehension within a subject area. Bibliography http://herkules. oulu. fi/isbn9514265556/html/x131. tml http://www. oppapers. com/essays/Failing-Grades/847357 http://thesisworks. com/2011/casestudy-format/objectives-study-sample/ http://www. scribd. com/doc/10036097/Sample-Thesis-Chapter-1 http://www. scribd. com/doc/10036097/Sample-Thesis-Chapter-1 http://virtualmentor. ama-assn. org/2009/11/ccas2-0911. html http://www. scribd. com/doc/11822201/example-of-a-research-paper http://www. oppapers. com/essays/Factors-Affecting-Academic-Performance/624248 http://www. scribd. com/doc/12760820/Scope-and-Delimitation