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Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 2020, 4(1), 8-22
DOI: 10.12691/jsa-4-1-2
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Effects of Daily Activities on Academic Performance of Applied Science University Students

Nawal H. Albahtiti1, Rula Khazaei1, , Tala H. Sasa1, Eman Almuhur1 and Waed Alahmad1

1Basic Science, ASU (private), Amman-Jordan

Pub. Date: August 17, 2020

Cite this paper:
Nawal H. Albahtiti, Rula Khazaei, Tala H. Sasa, Eman Almuhur and Waed Alahmad. Effects of Daily Activities on Academic Performance of Applied Science University Students. Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 2020; 4(1):8-22. doi: 10.12691/jsa-4-1-2

Abstract

Sleeping is a herbal repetitive nation of relaxation for the thoughts and frame that's important to life. Sufficient sleep is extraordinarily crucial for one’s intellectual and bodily fitness. But sleep loss is a tremendous trouble in present day society Our major cause of this study is to evaluate the consequences of numerous each day sports in particular sleep styles and the frequency of day-time sleepiness on the educational overall performance of the scholars of Applied Science Private University (ASU). A questionnaire became administered to the scholars of ASU from the primary first year to the 5th yr. The Most Effective Factor On The GPA of ASU Student Is the Mental Factor. This have a look at became designed to inspire college students to searching for healthier sleep habits, through the use of instructional fulfillment as indicator. So we want to recognize the function of sleep and ought to take good enough sleep of 6-eight hours consistent with day for fitness and wellbeing.

Keywords:
sleep academic performance ASU GPA

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