|EEO. 2020; 19(4): 4588-4599
Self-Efficacy: Practicability in Students Scholastic Performance
Dr Aamna Saleem Khan, Irshad Ullah, Shah Khalid.
Research was conducted to know about the prediction of self-efficacy and its effect on scholastic performance of urban and rural students. Self-Efficacy is the belief of students on their abilities and the amount of effort to arrange and organize for the goal achievement. The objective of the study was to compare self-efficacy and scholastic performance across schools location. All students of 5 Government Higher Secondary Schools for Boys covered the study sample. The data was collected from 488 students of Government Higher Secondary Schools for Boys with the help of 19 items self-efficacy questionnaire. The data was analysed by using t-test, analysis of variance and post-hoc for multiple comparison with the help of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS-17). The difference was found between self-efficacy and scholastic performance across schools location. Recommendations were drawn to enhance self-efficacy for students motivation and success in their career. Self-efficacy of rural students was high and the scholastic performance of these students was not good. It is discussed that work must be done to enhance and improve the scholastic performance of the rural students.
Key words: Keywords: Efficacy, Self-efficacy, Motivation, Scholastic Performance