There have been various works in this area involving different techniques of data mining. A. Evaluation of Students academic performance Shreenath Acharya et al.  presented an overview on Knowledge Discovery on Databases to predict the student’s academic trends. Lots of work has been done in this using data mining.
SAT Subject Tests What are SAT Subject Tests? The SAT Subject tests are specific content based tests which allow students to exhibit their areas of academic strengths. Not only as a student you get to show your achievements, but by taking a SAT subject test you will also give a very strong message about your academic background and future course of subject selections. There are many colleges that differentiate students in placing them for appropriate courses by evaluating the results of the SAT subject tests. In fact as students, for introductory level courses you may also be fortunate to receive credit in some of the colleges.
A teaching method comprises the principles and method used for instruction. Commonly used teaching methods may include class participation, combination of these the choice of the teaching method to be used depend largely on the information or skills that is being taught, and it may also be influenced by the aptitude and enthusing of the of the student. (Charles,1994; Bonwell,1997; Eison, 1991). Statement of the Problem The purpose of the study will to explain “The Effect of teaching method on student achievement at University Level.” In such a way that in the light of explanation we will evaluate the academic achievement of study. Objective of Study The research aim to achieving the following objectives: • Raise the student interest and reinforce memory retention to: • Assess to student’s abilities to work as team, leadership skills or presentation abilities to: • Develop the skill of problem solving to: • Flourish the skills of innovation and imagination to: Significance of the Study Student achievement could not effective without different teaching methods.
According to Stovall (2003), student engagement includes not only the time students spend on tasks but also their willingness to take part in activities. Krause and coates (2008) associated student engagement with the high quality of learning outcomes. All the mentioned above definitions set common points for each field of education. Gunuc and Kuzu (2014) define as "the quality and quantity of students ' psychological, cognitive, emotional and behavioral reactions to the learning process as well as to in class/ out of class academic and social activities to achieve successful learning outcomes." In the past several years, (Gunuc and Kuzu, 2014; Fredricks et al.
According to the model, the universities are responsible for the cultivation of science as well as scholarship in broadest and deepest sense. Under this model, collaboration follows the process in which the achievement of one person help to increase the intellectual passion and enthusiasms of others (Zhan,et al., 2005p. 167). In this process, the teacher as well as students both have their justifications for the pursuit of knowledge which is common. Therefore the goal of science and scholarship work hand in hand to synthesis the dispositions of the teacher as well as the student.
Chapter II Review of Related Literature This chapter encompasses a number of related studies and literature that contains relevant information in accordance to the study, factors affecting academic performance of Grade 11 students of University of Batangas which are highly beneficial and significant to the readers. Related Literature Academic performance is indeed a substantial part in a student’s educational journey. Academic performance may depend on the students and many other factors which can affect the students positively and negatively. It is related to the students for them to enhance and motivate others. This study seeks to discover the factors that affect their academic performance.
Abstract: Choosing a suitable track is a key success in the academic and professional life. Whenever the specialization is appropriate for the student, an increase in performance of the study is the natural result. In addition, it is an important theme in person's life and it is one of the vital topics which deserve to search. In this research, the influence factors to select specialization in the university will be investigated, such as student grades, parents influence, suitable for students talents and financial conditions and other factors as well. This research will help the students who finished high school and attend to enroll university by building artificial intelligent model, in order to choose what is the suitable specialization
Academic self-efficacy is influenced by cognitive interpretations of success and failure in tasks, but also influences effort, persistence and the cognitive resources that are used in seeking to interact with the academic context. Motivation and efficacy are enhanced when learning progress and comprehension are perceived. Strategies may influence self-efficacy and motivation, and students who believe that a new strategy can improve their performance may keep their initial motivation even if they perceive little progress if the new strategy gives a sense of control over achievement outcomes. In paper I, students who participated in relationships with faculty and student activities increased their perceptions of informal opportunities to influence their study conditions and sense of control, which enhanced their self-efficacy. High self-efficacy perceptions are also believed to make individuals engage in tasks that develop their skills and capabilities, while low-efficacy perceptions make students choose tasks that will not need development of new skills (Schunk, 1991).
2.1 Student Academic Performance 2.1.1 Definition Student performance is the process of students using specific criteria to evaluate and reflect on their on work. Student academic performances is an important identification tools for higher education institution which can be gained by measuring the learning assessment and co-curriculum of each student (Usamah et al., 2013). Even though student performances has a wide definitions, but most of the previous researches refers it as the student measures of their success in learning. Success is defined as a demonstration of growth toward the mastery of a given content or a skill. Student performance can be defined as their grade in examination.
1.2 RATIONAL OF THE STUDY:- As being a student I am interested to know that is there any positive or negative relationship between attitude of teachers and the academic achievement of the high school students. This study enables us to have first hand knowledge about the relationship between teachers attitude and academic achievement of high school students. This study therefore help in throwing more light on to what extend teachers attitude effect on students academic achievement. Findings of the study can be helpful for the teacher to know about their effect on students achievement and for the necessary modification needed in their