Parental Financial Support and Students Motivation in Learning

Jerald C. Moneva, Raisha Fe L. Pestano, Ria M. Vertulfo


The capacity of the parents to provide financially the needs of the students in their studies is referred to as parental financial support. While motivation is the personal drive or will of a person to do a task without the influence of other people. A checklist survey questionnaire was used to assess the parental financial support and motivation of students in learning. The data gathered were treated through weighted mean and chi-square. In which, it revealed that students were more motivated when they are financially supported by their parents when it comes to educational purposes. Therefore, it shows that there is a significant association between parental financial support and students’ motivation in learning.

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