Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (Print ISSN: 1078-4950; Online ISSN: 1532-5822)


The Effect of Self Efficacy on the Quality of Knowledge to Increase Academic Achievement Students of Gayo in Overseas

Author(s): Zulkifli Unissula, Sri Wahyuni Ratnasari, Arini Novandalina, Derita Perhatian-

This study aims to determine the level of confidence of Gayo students overseas in solving their study problems, which will improve the quality of science, with the hope that Gayo Students can improve academic performance. The sample in this study, referring to the opinion (Hair, Joseph et al. 1992) the number of samples is an indicator multiplied by 5 to 10 or a minimum of 100 respondents. This study has 11 (Eleven) indicators multiplied by 10 respondents in this study as many as 110 respondents. Data collection in this study uses online questionnaires (Google Form) which will later be disseminated to gayo student communities to be carried out to fill the coensioner. the results of this study indicate that the higher a person's self-confidence will be able to improve his academic performance, then the good quality of knowledge derived from high self-confidence will be able to improve academic achievement.

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