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Interest And Achievements In Natural Science Subjects Students In Secondary School In Western Uganda
Interest in natural science subjects remains an important issue because it is related to achievement and the intention to pursue studies or careers in science-related areas. This study envisioned to determine the correlation between interest in natural science subjects and achievement among secondary school students in western Uganda using a correlational research design. The target population was 1350 senior four students in 350 schools. A random sample of 405 respondents was used for the study. Data was collected using Interest Inventories and Natural Science Achievement Test. Descriptive statistics, t-test, and Pearson's Correlation Co-efficient r were employed in data analysis.
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