Self-Efficacy and College Readiness of Senior High School Students of a Catholic High School

  • Herbert T. Martinez St. Vincent's High School of San Remegio, Inc., Antique, Philippines https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3617-397X
  • Ma. Wilma M. Maravilla University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, Bacolod City, Philippines
Keywords: Guidance and Counseling, Self-Efficacy, College Readiness, Senior High School Students, Catholic School, Descriptive-Correlational, Antique

Abstract

Efficacy beliefs are the foundation of human agency. Beliefs influenced students’ motivation to learn. Students' self-efficacy beliefs could be improved as long as one has a clear idea about the sources of self-efficacy beliefs. Students enable them to grow as self-efficient individuals and overcome problems they face in educational stages or their future life if provided with the opportunity and training on self-efficacy beliefs. Hence, this paper describes the level of efficacy and degree of college readiness of senior high students of a Diocesan Catholic School in Antique during the School Year 2019-2020. Likewise, it explores the significant difference between students’ demographics, self-efficacy, and college readiness. Moreover, it determines the correlation between self-efficacy and college readiness of the students; and whether self-efficacy influenced college readiness.

Published
2020-11-15
How to Cite
Martinez, H. T., & Maravilla, M. W. M. (2020). Self-Efficacy and College Readiness of Senior High School Students of a Catholic High School . Philippine Social Science Journal, 3(2), 113-114. Retrieved from https://philssj.org/index.php/main/article/view/250