International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 10, Part G (2016)
Learning style, gender and locality of secondary school students: A comparative study on the basis of educational anxiety
Dr. Sarita and Kavita
The present study was attempted to explore the educational anxiety with its dimensions i.e. academic anxiety and test anxiety among ninth class students of Rohtak district in relation to learning style, gender and locality. Descriptive survey method employed for the present investigation. Multi-stage stratified random sampling technique used to select the sample of 350 secondary school students studying in ninth class of Government schools of Rohtak city. Educational Anxiety Inventory developed by Sood & Anand (2012) and Learning Style Inventory developed by Misra (2005) were used to collect the data. Means, S.D’s & t-test compute on SPSS were used for the purpose of the data analysis. The findings revealed that no significant difference in educational anxiety with its dimensions among male and female secondary school students. While, a significant difference found in educational anxiety among urban and rural secondary school students. Further, no significant difference found in educational anxiety among secondary school students having low level and high level learning style.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sarita, Kavita. Learning style, gender and locality of secondary school students: A comparative study on the basis of educational anxiety. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(10):443-447.