Personality Traits in Relation to Academic Performance of Accountancy, Business and Management Strand Students

GYLLEVI PRYLLE F. BONGATO, EMMA S. RULONA

Abstract


This study seeks to determine the relationship of personality traits under the big five dimensions of personality theory and academic performance of the students. This study intends to benefit not only to the respondents but also to the teachers, institution, guidance counselors and parents. There were 224 accountancy, business, and management strand students of University of Bohol-Senior High School who were the respondents. Findings of the study revealed that under the big five dimensions of personality theory, the students obtained high in the following dimensions, namely, openness, extraversion, neuroticism, and agreeableness while very high in conscientiousness. The researchers concluded that there is no relationship between the personality traits and academic performance of the students.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15631/aubgsps.v13i0.115

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