PROCRASTINATION OF STUDENTS IN WORKING MATHEMATICS

  • Lina Rihatul Hima Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
  • Lilin Nur Indah Sari Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
  • Samijo * Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
Keywords: Academic Procrastination, Mathematics Tasks

Abstract

This research is motivated by the existence of one behavior that can have a negative impact that harms students. One of them is manifested in the form of doing the assignments given by the teacher not on time. The tendency to delay completing tasks by doing other activities that are not useful results in tasks not being completed on time in completing math tasks, which is commonly referred to as procrastination. Based on these problems, the formulation of the problem in the study is (1) How is academic procrastination in doing math assignments for male students? (2) How is academic procrastination in doing math assignments for female students? (3) Is there a difference between the academic procrastination of male students and female students?. This study uses a quantitative method with a research population of class XI high school. The research sample was taken from 10 classes. There are 250 students in 7 classes, 120 male students and 130 female students. This research was carried out by distributing questionnaires to students, a questionnaire containing 40 questions. The results of this study are (1) academic procrastination in doing math assignments for male students is classified as moderate with a percentage of 35.53%. (2) Academic procrastination in doing math assignments for female students is low with a percentage of 33.33%. (3) There are differences in academic procrastination in doing math assignments between male and female students. The conclusion of this study is that students' academic procrastination in doing math assignments between male and female students are at different levels. One of the reasons for the difference in procrastination is the motivation to learn mathematics.

Published
2021-12-31
How to Cite
Hima, L. R., Sari, L. N. I., & *, S. (2021). PROCRASTINATION OF STUDENTS IN WORKING MATHEMATICS. IJO - International Journal of Mathematics, 4(12), 09-17. Retrieved from https://www.ijojournals.com/index.php/m/article/view/541