Physical activity is an essential activity during the stage of adolescence. It contributes to the development of a normal skeletal growth and weight bearing necessary for adolescents to attain and maintain their suitable bone mass (Lasheras et al., 2001), and body weight by increaseing energy expenditure (Woods et al., 2010). Likewise Tomporowski et al. (2008) …

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According to Owusu-Acheaw (2014), the study conducted established the linking between reading behaviors and academic performance. The study was conducted on Koforidua Polytechnic students in Ghana. One thousand participants answered a questionnaire in relation to the research topic, which was analyzed by the SPSS Statistical Package of Social Science. The study showed that most students …

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AbstractStudents who identify as first generation status, are those who are the first in their nuclear families to attend a college or school of higher education. First generation students (FGS), who likely come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, typically experience anxiety in a college environment as they face two realities – pressure from their families to …

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Columbia University established in 1891 is a non-profit postsecondary educational institution located in New York City. The major sources of annual revenue received by Columbia are through tuition and government contracts and grants. Faculty of various academic department select graduate students on the basis of academic performance which includes educational background and standardized test scores. …

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Chapter 4 SUMMARY, FINDINGS,CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS This chapter discusses the conclusion, implications of the findings and recommendations based on the findings.   Conclusions           Based on the data gathered, the age of the respondents is in accordance with the age norm of grade12 learners. The overall weighted mean of level of attitude towards mathematics was …

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Conclusions           Based on the data gathered, the age of the respondents is in accordance with the age norm of grade12 learners. The overall weighted mean of level of attitude towards mathematics was 2.62 and interpreted as “highly positive”. Study habits had an average weighted mean of 2.54 and interpreted as “seldom”. School satisfaction and …

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