Solerzia e successo accademico
[Diligence and Academic Performance]
AbstractThis article uses university administration data to investigate the relation between student behavior (rapid response in finalizing enrolment procedures) and academic performance. It shows how student solicitude in enrolment, or a lack of it, can be a useful forecast of academic success. Several explanations can be given, including the greater or lesser tendency to procrastinate.
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Procrastination; academic performance; motivation;
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