Self-Efficacy and Academic Procrastination among Tourism and Hospitality Students in the New Normal of Education
This study aimed to analyze the relationship between self-efficacy and academic procrastination among tourism and hospitality programs in the new normal setting. Survey-questionnaires served as the primary instrument for data collection. It utilized frequency, percentage, and weighted mean to analyze the collected data. The findings revealed that the level of self-efficacy is very high and the level of academic procrastination is very low. Moreover, the result shows that there is a weak negative correlation between two variables. Hence, as the level of self-efficacy increases, the level of academic procrastination decreases.
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