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Title: Factors Affecting Student Performance in the First Accounting Course in Diploma Program under Political Conflict
Authors: Barhamzaid, Zuhair
Alleyne, Antonio
Keywords: Student performance
the first accounting course
diploma program
political conflict
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE)
Citation: Barhamzaid, Z., & Alleyne, A. (2018). Factors Affecting Student Performance in the First Accounting Course in Diploma Program under Political Conflict. Journal of Education and Practice, 9(24).
Series/Report no.: 9(24);144-154
Abstract: Investigating student performance in the first accounting course, under situations of political conflict, is a unique and rare case of investigation. In light of this gap, the current study aims to investigate the impact of some factors on student performance in the first accounting course in diploma program under political conflict. Using correlation matrix and multiple regression analysis, a sample of 122 students is analyzed. The study finds that three factors (CGPA, high school grade, and high school branch) have a significant impact on student performance in the first accounting course under political conflict. Regarding student’s gender and age, the current study finds no significant differences between males and females, and between younger and older students in their performance in the first accounting course.
URI: https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/handle/123456789/665
ISSN: 2222-1735
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