The primary purpose of the study was to look into the study habits and attitudes, academic aptitude and personal profile of the students and their relationship to academic performance.
The descriptive method of research was used in the study. The primary sources of data were the different psychological test results of the respondents like the survey of Study Habits and Attitudes, Academic Aptitude test and Personality test.
Findings revealed that respondents of the study have very low or poor study habits and attitudes; average verbal intelligence; below average non-verbal; average intelligence and average personality. Despite all of these factors, they still managed to have good academic performance.
Respondents of the study have very low study habits and attitudes, average verbal intelligence, below average non-verbal intelligence and average personality. Despite all of these factors, they still managed to have a good academic performance.
On the other hand, negligible correlation was established among the age, gender, course, mother’s highest educational attainment, mother’s occupation, size of the family, study habits and attitudes, academic aptitude-non-verbal, personality profile in terms of independence and self-control.
However, low correlation or slight correlation was seen in father’s highest educational attainment, father’s occupation, academic aptitude-verbal and personality profile in terms of extraversion, anxiety and though-mindedness.