A STUDY ON MEASURING EMOTIONAL QUOTIENT ON OVERALL PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS'

DOI INFORMATION: https://doi.org/10.56815/IJMRR.V3.I1.2024/21-28

Authors

  • Zahra Mohamed Raza Shirazi Gems Legacy School Dubai, Garhoud, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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https://doi.org/10.56815/IJMRR.V3.I1.2024/21-28

Keywords:

SEM Model, Emotional Quotient (EQ), Students’ overall performance

Abstract

It is becoming more widely acknowledged that emotional intelligence, frequently assessed using the Emotional Quotient (EQ), is critical in determining students' academic performance and general well-being. The emotional quotient describes a person's capacity for self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, social skills, and ability to recognize, interpret, and successfully express emotions. The importance of emotional quotient (EQ) has become more well-known in the constantly changing educational landscape due to its possible impact on student performance. This study seeks to measure the impact of emotional quotient on overall student performance. The technique used in this study is the Structural Equation Model using SMART PLS. This study's findings indicated a significant impact of emotional quotient on students’ overall performance. Further studies can be conducted using moderators in the current structural model. 

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