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    • GOKUL CH. PATRA ROLL NO: Ph.D/EDU/013
    • Test Anxiety in Relation to Locus of Control Among The Eleventh and Twelfth Grade Students -Prof. Debjani Sengupta and Usashi Kundu Published in Sikshachintan, Vol.3:116-124(March,2009)
      • Title:
      • Clear, concise and the problem is precisely identified
      • Test anxiety , locus of control these key words serve in the title
      • Significance of the problem is clearly
      • mentioned
      • Include in introductory part
      • Logically organized
      • Variable –wise with proper citation of
      • references.
      • properly analyzed to find out knowledge gap
      • Instruments:
      • The anxiety Inventory by Speilberger (1978) and Locus of control scale by Hansen, N and Joshi D,D. (1992)tools were used for data collection.
      • Reliability and validity of the scales are not
      • given
      • Employed tools are not operationally defined
      • The research has been carried out on 198
      • (Male -94and Female -104) students of the age
      • group of 16 to 18 enrolled in the classes XI and
      • XII in various schools of Kolkata.
      • Sampling technique are not satisfied
      • Samples are not sufficiently representative of
      • total population
      • well and logically organized.
      • Descriptive statistics: Mean and S.D
      • Inferential statistics: Correlation Coefficient
      • and P- Value
      • Findings are carefully interpreted supporting
      • by evidence, and
      • properly discussed through realization of
      • objectives
      • Clearly presented and acceptable table format
      • Comprehensive and 0.01 and 0.05 of p value
      • specified .
      • Discussion
      • Clearly discussed
      • Conclusion: concisely and precisely stated
      • Limitation: researcher not identified limitation
      • of the study
      • Recommendation: did not suggest further
      • studies
      • 29 references alphabetically organized and
      • Followed standard APA norms
      • Overall impression
      • Content area of the topic follow properly
      • Spelling error are not found
      • Heading and Subheading are properly used
      • Some fillers used in Discussion and conclusion
      • portion
      • Finally overall impression is satisfactory.
    •