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Title:Relationship Between Students’ Study Environments and Academic Results
Author(s):Kit Kuok, Chon
Contributor(s):Mei-Tzu Maggie, Huang
study environments
machine learning
Abstract:This research is intended to investigate the university students’ preferences on different study environments and how it affects their academic accomplishments. Intelligence is not the exclusive element which determines the academic achievement of a student. By analyzing the results, it is suggested that if students want to achieve better academic performance, they should study in places which they wish to, with several other factors’ contribution that they can prepare. Most importantly is their exceptional perseverance. The research accumulated data from various academic year’s students. After that the data is interpreted with statistical models and machine learning algorithms. Both quantitative and qualitative methods are involved in the research. Outcomes recommend that students should study in quiet places such as but not limited to libraries, in addition to the help of quietness and isolation, one can also eat some snacks during the study. Students who are not taking too many credits can avail their harvest, too. By doing so, they can focus on manifold courses more. Besides, having enough sleep is a significant factor that is dedicated to improving on academic consequences as well.
Issue Date:2018-04
Genre:Conference Poster
Rights Information:Copyright 2018 Chon Kit Kuok
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-05-23

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