Relationship between Procrastination and Academic Performance, Gender, Internal Housing among A Group of Undergraduate Dental Students in Misan-Iraq
Keywords:Procrastination, Academic performance, Dental students, Iraq.
This study focuses on exploring the relationship between the academic procrastination and academic
achievements for this study a survey was conducted on 132 students from first, fourth and fifth year
undergraduate dental students of Missan (government) & Almanara (private) universities, in Missan province-
Alamara/Iraq. The present study investigate their academic procrastination and base it on various factors
such as: gender, accommodation type, academic performance, procrastinator type, and year of study utilizing
from Tuckman procrastination scale1, the study results were split into two parts. For Al-Manara college
university (private) first year dental students was the dominant high procrastinators student type associated
with the low levels of academic performance and getting better grades when the procrastination stage is
moderate or low. While the Missan University (government) present the greatest of moderate procrastinator
in two different study stages of dental college (first, fourth and fifth year) coupled with significantly higher
in the academic scores for low and moderate procrastinator students2.
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