ADJUSTMENT AND SELF CONFIDENCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Academic, Achievement, Adjustment, Measurement, Female, Self-Confidence.
To find out how secondary school pupils adapt to academic success and self-confidence, this research was conducted. The researchers used a descriptive survey strategy. Adjustment was seen as a determinant, whereas academic achievement and self-confidence were viewed as independent factors. Teachers' assistance, students' relationships with their classmates, and parents' engagement in the transition process were all investigated. To further understand the impact of micro-level characteristics across schools, residential areas, grade levels, and gender, items within measures were also analysed individually for a second analysis. According to the findings, the most significant factors impacting school adjustment are kids' self-confidence, their willingness to put out effort to advance academically, and the support of their instructors. According to the findings, there is a large adjustment gap between male and female students in upper secondary school, with female students doing better than male students.