A FIVE YEARS 2010-2014 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHYSIC STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL IN OGOJA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

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This study analysed a five years 2010-2014 comparative study of physic students’ academic achievement in West African Examination Council in Ogoja Local Government Area. Literature review was carried out based on the sub-variables. The attempt was to highlight their achievement levels in West African Examination Council, the following hypotheses were formulated for testing; there is no significant difference between students’ physics achievement in public and private senior secondary schools West African Examination Council from 2010-2014, Male students physics achievement does not differ significantly in public and private schools West African Examination Council from 2010-2014, There is no significant difference between female students’ physics achievement in public and private schools West African Examination Council from 2010-2014. These four variables reflected the four hypotheses propound for the study. The study adopted the survey design technique used to sample 200 respondents (100 from public and 100 from private) out of 2,500 SS1 students in all the schools in Ogoja Local Government Area. Data was collected with the aid of the questionnaire, while secondary data on students scores in Physics were obtained from the schools’ records. Data was analysed with the aid of independent t-test at 0.05 significant level. The findings shows that significant differences exist in the academic achievement of private and public schools students in physics. Those in the private schools are better in West African Examination Council than public schools. Significant difference also exist between male and female students achievement, with male performing better. Finally, differences also exist in achievement in other subjects and physics, with the former better off on the basis of these findings, it was recommended amongst others that common curriculum in physics should be adopted in both public and private schools.         

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

PAGES 

Certification-------i

Dedication -------ii

Acknowledgements------iii

Abstract--------iv

Table of contentS------v

List of tables -------vii

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1Background to the study ----1

1.2Theoretical framework ----6

1.3Statement of problem-----10

1.4Purpose of the study-----11

1.5Research questions-----12

1.6 Hypotheses ------13

1.7Research assumptions-----14

1.8Significance of the study----14

1.9Scope of the study-----16

1.10Conceptual definition of terms---17


CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW 

2.1Concept of physics -----18

2.2School ownership and student achievement -24

2.3School ownership and male students’ achievement-27

2.4School ownership and female students’ achievement- 32

2.5Students gender and achievement ---38

2.6Summary of Literature Review---42

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY

3.1Research Design------43

3.2Research Area------44

3.3Population of the study-----46

3.4Sampling technique-----46

3.5The sample-------47

3.6Instrumentation ------47

3.7Validation of instrument----48

3.8Procedure for date collection ---49

3.9Procedure for date analysis----49

CHAPTER FOUR

PRESENTATION OF RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1Hypothesis-by-hypothesis interpretation of results54

4.2Summary of findings-----61

4.3Discussion of findings-----62

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1Summary of the study -----71

5.2Conclusion-------73

5.3Recommendations-----76

5.4Suggestion for further research---79

References-------80

Appendix -------83

A FIVE YEARS 2010-2014 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHYSIC STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL IN OGOJA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
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    Type Project
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    Project ID PSY0158
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