Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Attendance on Academic Performance of Management and Finance Course Students
World Applied Sciences Journal
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The fact that attendance has a positive effect on the performance of students has been studied by many researchers. This paper provides some evidence on the assumption that the subject of finance requires more teacher-student interaction than the subject of management. Thus attendance and academic performance has more strong relationship for finance than for management subjects. The 170 responses collected from students were analyzed through OLS technique. A stronger positive relationship of attendance and performance was found for Finance as compared to Management. The findings can be applied for other subjects, keeping in view the technicality and non-technicality of the subjects. The limitation in the research has been the variability in the personality of teachers and also the students, which can be very difficult to measure correctly and thus the finding can be different in different scenarios.
Kamal, Muhammad Faisal; Waseem, Muhammad Adnan; and Mujtaba, Bahaudin, "Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Attendance on Academic Performance of Management and Finance Course Students" (2013). HCBE Faculty Articles. 1013.