A STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AND ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTSJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.8, No. 42)
Publication Date: 2020-12-01
Authors : Prashanth Joshi; G. Sheela;
Page : 10598-10604
Keywords : _Descriptive Survey method; Problem solving ability and Achievement in science;
The present study was conducted to examine the Problem solving ability and Achievement in science among secondary school students. Descriptive Survey method was adopted for the study. The data was collected using Problem solving ability test constructed by Dr. G. Sheela and Achievement test in science constructed by the researcher. Pearson Product moment correlation and t-test were the statistical techniques used for analysis of the data. The findings of the study highlights that there is no significant difference in problem solving ability in male and female secondary school students. A significant difference was found in achievement in science among male and female secondary school students. The findings show that the female students possess higher problem solving ability than the male students and the female students exhibit greater achievement in science than the male students. There is a moderate positive relationship between problem solving ability and achievement in science among secondary school students.
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