MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE,
RESEARCH, AND TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA
14 December, 2021
xv + VI chapters + 71 pages + 12 tables + 1 scheme + 13 appendices
THE RELATIONSHIP OF SELF EFFICACY TOWARDS ANXIETY AND STUDENTS' ADAPTABILITY IN THE FIRST YEAR OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Anxiety is an emotional state and feeling of worry that often occurs in first year students attending college education, not only that, the ability to adapt is also often experienced by first year students where the new environment makes them have to adapt to be able to survive in that environment and self-efficacy is thought to be related to decreased levels of anxiety and adaptability in first year college students. This study aims to determine the relationship of self-efficacy to anxiety and adaptability of students in the first year of attending higher education at Syiah Kuala University. The sampling technique in this study was random sampling with a total sample of 224 respondents. Data collection techniques used three standardized questionnaires, namely General Self Efficacy (GSE), Zung Self Rating Anxiety Scale (ZRAS), and College Adjustment Scale (CAS). Bivariate analysis using Chi-Square. The results showed that there was a relationship between self-efficacy and anxiety in first-year students attending college at Syiah Kuala University (p-value 0.000) and there was a relationship between self-efficacy and adaptability in first-year students attending higher education at Syiah Kuala University (P-value 0.000). p-value 0.002). And it is recommended for students to be confident in themselves and lecturers who can provide guidance and direction to students so that they are not anxious and are able to adapt in lectures in the first year.
Keywords : Self Efficacy, Anxiety, Adaptation
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