Relationship Between English-Speaking Ability and Anxiety of Undergraduate Students: A Cross-Sectional Survey
Keywords:Anxiety, English speaking ability, Undergraduate Students.
This cross-sectional study aimed to examine the relationship between English-speaking ability and anxiety
of undergraduate students. A total of 395 undergraduate students’ in Thai University were selected using
a multi-stage sampling method and the data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, and Pearson’s
Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. Results showed that the English-speaking ability of undergraduate
students was at the moderate level (x? =2.946, S.D. = .419), anxiety of undergraduate students was at the
moderate level (x? = 2.955, S.D. = .415)and these measures were negatively correlated between Englishspeaking ability and the levels of undergraduate students’ at a level of significance of .001 (r = - .225).
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