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THE PERCENTAGE OF FACULTY OF ART AND DESIGN STUDENTS WHOSE FAILED (JUNE 2011- NOVEMBER 2012)
UITM KUALA TERENGGANU
4.0 Finding &
Prepared by: Zulhelmi Hakim Faris Al Hazim
Azri Shaharin Tasnim Hannani
Azri Abu Bakar NurBaiti Ramzi
1.1 General Overview
Student failed in university / college
Student failed in UiTM Kuala Terengganu
Percentage of Art and Design student who failed
in UiTM Kuala Terengganu
1.2 Problem Statement
1.3 Objective of Study
1 - To identify the percentage of Faculty of Art and Design
students whose failed since June 2011 to Nov 2012
2 - To identify the factor that contribute to Faculty of Art
and Design students whose failed since June 2011 to Nov
3 - To identify the solution for this problem.
The population consist of all the student of UiTM Kuala Terengganu
number of students
Art and Design
# Method of Analysis
Why the student can fail in certain subject?
How the repeaters can solve these types of problem?
Some of students from the Faculty of Art and Design said that too much assignment given makes them hard to complete their assignment. What is your comment about this statement?
4.1 Student of Faculty of Art and Design
Whose Failed Since
June 2011 to November 2012
4.2 Results of the Responds
about Their Course among Students.
4.3 Percentage of Failed Subject
and Factor That Influenced It.
Question 1: Have you ever failed in any subject throughout your
Question 2: Factor that most regularly lead student cannot focus in their studies and lead them to bad performance.
The rate of student that failed in examination from the Faculty of Art and Design students
bad peer influences
improve skill & knowledge
right on time
THAT ' s ALL !!
THANK YOU !!
Johnston (1997) stated that the first year of a course represents both a challenge and a point of focus to those interested in raising progression rates.
According to Paulynice (2012), any researchers or experts have tried to determine why those students often fail or drop out, but they cannot find an exclusive reason.
Lotkowski, Robbins, and Noeth (2004) examined the role of academic and non-academic factors in improving college retention.