Resilience And Academic Achievement Of Male And Female Secondary Level Students In Pakistan

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Muhammad Sarwar
Hafiz Inamullah
Naeemullah Khan
Nadeem Anwar


Resilience, academic achievement, gender, residence, secondary, Pakistan


Resilience is the ability to succeed despite barriers that make it difficult for the students to succeed. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between resilience and academic achievement of secondary level students of Gujranwala, Pakistan. A Resilience scale was used to collect data. The sample consisted of 127 secondary students, including 52 boys and 75 girls. The data revealed that there was no association between resilience and achievement as measured through marks obtained in 10th grade. The boys are more resilient than girls at the secondary level in Pakistan.  


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