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Title: قلق الامتحان لدى عينة من طالبات الإعادة للشهادة الثانوية السودانية بولاية الخرطوم محلية سوبا والشهداء
Authors: إبراهيم عبد الرحيم إبراهيم
زيتونة طلحة السماني أحمد
Keywords: إمتحانات الشهادة السودانية
التحصيل الأكاديمي
Issue Date: Jan-2021
Publisher: الخرطوم : جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - كلية التربية
Series/Report no.: العدد;9
Abstract: This research aims to identify the level of Exam Anxiety among The repeaters Female Students of The Sudanese Secondary School Certificate in Soba and Alshuhada Locality- Khartoum State, Also to find out the general trait of Exam Anxiety in the light of Specialization, Number of repetition, and the previous Academic Achievement. The researchers used the descriptive approach .The research sample consists of (21) female students (7) scientific students and (14) Arts students who are selected through purposive Sampling technique. The data was collected through bibliographical information sheet, and the anxiety exam scale The data analyzed by the Computer Applying the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) using the following Tests: (T) Test for one sample, (T) Test for two related Samples to find the differences in variables, Pearson correlation Coefficient, chi- square test, Alpha Coronbackh equation, split half Coefficient and ANOVA Test. The important results are as follows: The general Trait of Exam Anxiety among repeaters female secondary school Students in Soba and Alshuhada Locality Khartoum State is high. There are no significant statistical differences in the Exam Anxiety among repeaters female secondary school Students in Soba and Alshuhada Locality And the variable of Specialization (Scientific, Arts), the Number of repetition, and the previous Academic Achievement.
URI: http://dspace.iua.edu.sd/handle/123456789/5582
ISSN: 1858 - 8956
Appears in Collections:مجلة دراسات تربوية - العدد 09 - السنة 10، يناير2021 م

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