Correlation between time management practices and academic performance of sophomore and junior radiologic technology students A.Y. 2010-2011

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Academic Performance, College Students, Time Management, Students, Radiologic


The study used the correlational method using a survey technique. Respondents were 116 sophomore and 78 junior radiologic technology students enrolled during the first semester A.Y. 2010-2011 selected using simple random sampling. Data was collected using Time Management Behavior Scale and analyzed using mean, standard deviation, t-test and Pearson’s r. The following conclusions were drawn: (1) Majority of the respondents were male, sophomore level, regular students enrolled in more than 18 units, and not involved in extra-curricular organizations; (2) The time management practices of the respondents were moderately positive; (3) The academic performance of the respondents were satisfactory; (4) The time management practices of the respondents, specifically the “Mechanics of time management,” were associated with the gender of the respondents; (5) Respondents who were female and regular students enrolled in more 18 units had higher academic performance; (6) Students who practiced time management tend to have higher grades.

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