Student-Teacher Perception of Time Allocation and Academic Achievement in Tai Solarin University of Education
This paper focuses on the perception of the students of Tai Solarin University of Education on the effect of time allocation and their academic achievement. This paper investigates the effect the students think time allocation such as attending lectures regularly, allocating time for self-study and participation in work group/tutorial would have on their academic achievement. The findings suggest that most students agree that time spent attending lectures, self-study and work group/tutorials is positively correlated with their academic achievement.
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