One of the major barriers to academic success is the anxiety That relationship between anxiety and achievement holds not just in the United. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between academic achievement and the following variables: anxiety, self-esteem, optimism, and. The Relationship between Learning Style, Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement is stated as an emotional reaction or state of stress that occurs before exams.
In one of the reviewed studies on medical student, learning under different levels of anxiety and depression, anxiety and depression follow up gave different directions of correlation positive and negative between levels of anxiety and academic achievement [ 46 ]. Another example, Yeh, et al. Further studies are indicated to set a cutoff point or limits for the appropriate level of anxiety and to investigate the impact of this level among nursing students.
Depression and GPA are interrelated. Additional studies might be indicated to check the reverse impact of academic achievement on emotional wellbeing. Regarding absenteeism, some studies failed to find a significant correlation between academic achievement and attendance [ 48 - 51 ]. However, others supported the hypothesis that absence from the class and the academic achievement are correlated.
Further studies are indicated to investigate the impact of various attendance polices on absenteeism and GPA. It is essential for educational institutions to assist students to develop emotionally as well as academically. This study provided an evidence for the impact of negative emotions such as anxiety and depression upon GPA and absenteeism. Moreover, this study showed that persistent anxiety and depression have a major effect on students' academic achievement and attendance to classes.
It is highly recommended that administrators identify different sources of anxiety and depression and set strategies to control these negative emotions. Additionally, formal and periodic referral of students with early signs of anxiety and depressions to the psychosocial counselor should be planned for to detect and manage such symptoms. However, the number of the graduate students that were included in this study was small.
It is recommended to repeat this study with larger sample size of graduate students and to check the effect of interventions to control anxiety and depression on the outcomes of interest. Depression, anxiety and stress among undergraduate nursing students in public university in Sri Lanka.
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A measure of success: Drink and be merry? Gender, life satisfaction, and alcohol consumption among college students. This can be triggered when people hit a hitch at workplace caused by high anxious and uncontrollable feeling of nervous at certain times. However, anxiety disorders are different in its causes and effects. In short, anxiety disorder is one of the most crucial mental illnesses with a persistent worries and constant fears throughout an individual life.
Like other brain disorder, anxiety disorder can be caused by brain circuit that modulates fear and other feelings. Studies have shown that some stress may change how nerve cells in the circuit transmit information from the brain to another region. In addition, people as well as students with anxiety disorders have a change in the structure of the brain that controls memory associated with strong emotions.
Due to this, anxiety can affect academic performance among students as well. Based on this definition, those feelings aroused when they were being associated with particular stimulus that has been conditioned to the subject or an individual which can lead to poor academic performance. Therefore, as cited by Vitasari et al. In a study conducted by Farhad et al. Therefore, students should be able to recognize their thoughts or feelings and if it is related to anxiety or not.
High anxiety is experienced before the examination in all subjects. If they avoid something due to irrelevant concern, they need to be able to stand and recognize that the reason for them to perceive such feeling is caused by anxiety.
After all, the symptoms are not only mentally but also involve physical symptoms. There are many times when people experience these symptoms without realizing them. Therefore, people need to be educated on physical symptom of anxiety so then they will recognize the level of anxiety which can affect their life.
The literature has revealed that anxiety was one of the predictors which contribute to several results of academic performance specifically to students at high school and university level.
Therefore, in order to achieve better academic performance, students must be able to control and present themselves in a moderate and appropriate level of anxiety. Al- Qaisy conducted research on identifying the impact of mood disorder particularly depression and anxiety among a sample of students of Tafila Technical University, Jordan for their academic performance. This study also found differences between genders whereby females have more anxiety as compared to males.
The researcher added that the Running head: Looking at the side effect of anxiety on poor academic performance, people might wonder factors behind this problematic mood disorder. According to a research conducted by Farhad et al. Interestingly, there were several factors contributed to this negative correlation such as test items and test frequencies, the ways scholars or teachers behave, and educational discipline. In addition, there were researches that shared the same result as the previous study, which contended that there was a negative correlation between both variables Cassady Johnson, ; Jing, ; Peleg, as cited by Farhad et al, However, Farhad et al.
In relation to the previous literature evidence, anxiety while studying was found as a major predictor of academic performance. This was supported by the numerical data obtained through Pearson correlation coefficient, which showed that study anxiety was negatively related to academic performance with small Pearson coefficient.
In short, students who are facing this problem might not be able to secure a career in the future due to confusion, lack of confidence and continuous worries, and unable to express their feelings with ambivalence. According to the data found by the researchers, another predictor that contributes to the highest statistics anxiety was aroused by the teacher or course instructor. Thus, this allows students to enhance their learning strategies and achieve their education goals. In brief, this means that course instructors play a major role in creating better non-anxious atmospheres among the students in order for them to perform better in a specific task or examination.
In addition, Deffenbacher as cited by Ndirangu et al.
This was supported by the research from Ndirangu et al. Captivatingly, there are several factors that can badly affect academic performance. Firstly, students experienced high test anxiety before they sit for the examination. Secondly, some subjects provoked more anxiety than others whereby it is suggested to reduce test anxiety in those subjects. Thirdly, both genders, male and female are equally affected by the test anxiety. Fourthly, test anxiety may not be the Running head: Lastly, it is found out that there is no significant relationship between coping strategies and level of test anxiety.
This may mean the facilities including the materials needed for students to study were available. Student Social life and Support Services Question on counselling services offered by the university was asked; more than half of the respondents were happy with the counselling team by the University.
Career Aspiration Question on if students get frustrated in achieving their goals was asked, more than half of the respondents agree that it is a concern to them if they fail to achieve their goals see figure 1. Simply where an international student come from and gender difference can impact on the level of stress in a foreign country like the UK. There is a need for more awareness for universities on the anxiety affecting international students' experience and ways of improving their experiences.
Discussion Mental health of international students needs more attention seeing the advantage they contribute to the economy of the country. The stress experienced through adjusting to a new environment creates anxiety but it is multiplied among international students; which leads to acculturative stress [ 14 ].
Findings from this study have actually shown its relevance to public health, and especially international students studying in the UK. It is also not surprising that anxiety can affect international students on their academic performance through their finances, career aspiration and workload. Equally, the study is revealing that the environment and where students live contributes to the living experience of students in the UK. This is also supported by [ 10 ] that accommodation experience contributes to the experience of students outside their country.
Adapting to a new environment is a relatively stable change which makes an individual to respond to external demand [ 8 ]. It is only This is comparable to the study from [ 21 ] that it is necessary for international students to live in a university accommodation, this helps with students' security; which gives government a more responsibility to ensure that the security of international students is taken with all seriousness.
The type of accommodation and where the students live during their study has effects on how easy it will be to adapt to their new environment. It was not a surprise to see a significant result on the respondents agree to the fact that there is a great deal of coursework which probably is caused by the new system of education that is experienced in their chosen country. This is supported by other relevant studies that identified coursework or modules as a threat to the experience of foreign students [ 1422 ].
Apparently, the system of learning is one of the means by which foreign students can be anxious, thus, affecting their learning performance.
Apart from the new educational system, the workload of students is seen as one of the factors that can trigger anxiety and result into having low academic performance or low grades.
According to the response of the participants, it indicates that too much coursework can make it difficult for students to focus on their studies. Social anxiety is also a threat to international students as they are being deprived of their traditional means of support, familiar ways of communicating, and also their lifestyle [ 14 ].
According to [ 24 ], it is important to understand academic stressors and reaction an individual encounters because they may differ.
This gives the understanding that international students actually depend on themselves to cope with psychological stress instead of sharing their problems with others.