Self-regulated Learning Effect on Academic Achievement of High School Student

Indri Adi Fitriani


Academic achievement is a success of acquiring new knowledge and skills after performing an optimal learning process. There are external and internal factors that influence academic achievement. This study aims to see the influence of self-regulated learning (SRL) on the academic achievement of class high school students. The sample of this study were high school students in public schools and private schools. The analysis technique is simple linear regression with purposive sampling technique. The results of the study showed that there was a significant influence (sig = 0.000) between SRL on academic achievement of high school students, with a large contribution of 17.1%.

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