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A Comparative Study Of Achievement Motivation Of Senior Secondary School Students In Relation To Gender And Intelligence

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  • Sarita Dahiya
  • Monika Saini

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The present study attempted to know the effect of Achievement Motivation of senior secondary school students in relation to their gender and intelligence. The sample comprised of 200 students of 10+2 class from Govt. and public schools named Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School Rohtak, Govt. Girl Senior Secondary School, Rohtak, Vaish Boys Senior Secondary Public School, Rohtak and Vaish Girl Sr. Secondary School, Rohtak. The age of students ranged between 16 to 18 year old. The study was conducted through descriptive survey method. Achievement Motivation Test (ACMT) by Dr. V.P. Bhargava and Mental ability group test by Dr. S.S. Jalota was used to collect the data. On the basis of statistical results it was concluded that there exists significant positive correlation between achievement motivation and intelligence of male and female students of Govt. and Public school. There is a significant difference between achievement of male and female students of Govt. and public schools. Key words: Achievement Motivation, gender, intelligence

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  • Sarita Dahiya & Monika Saini, 2014. "A Comparative Study Of Achievement Motivation Of Senior Secondary School Students In Relation To Gender And Intelligence," Working papers 2014-09-03, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2014-09-03
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