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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 7139-7149

Effects Of Parents’ Motivational Strategies On Academic Achievement Of Students In Pakistan

Zahid Ullah, Dr. Irfan Ullah Khan, Dr. Shumaila Hashim, Dr. Mudassir Hussain, Muhammad Saqib Khan, Dr. Mati Ullah, Dr. Mohammad Aslam Khan.


Parents are one of the most vital and impressive elements on their offspring’s lives. Therefore, the researcher conducted a research on parents’ motivational strategies and their students’ academic achievement. This study was survey type in nature. The aim of the research was to find out the impact of parents’ motivational strategies on students’ academic achievement at Secondary level in North Waziristan Tribal District. All the 10th class students of both public and private Schools in North Waziristan as a well as parents of the same students were the population of the study. The sample of the study was 440 (220 10th class students while 220 parents of the same students). Data was gathered through two separate detailed questionnaires from both students and their parents by using Likert scale. Data was entered in SPSS (Version 16.0); descriptive statistics frequency and percentage and Linear Regression were used to analyze the effect of parents’ motivational strategies on students’ academic achievement at Secondary level. The results concluded that there was clear effect of parents’ role on students’ academic achievement at Secondary level. Some recommendations were also given for further improvement.

Key words: Parents, Students, Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Achievement, and Attitude Motivations, Pakistan.

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