ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION WITH SELF-EFFICACY COMPLETED THESIS STUDENT COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE PROGRAM CLASS OF 2013 STKIP BUDIDAYA BINJAI

Nengsih Nengsih, Sari Wardani Simarmata, Hardiansyah Hardiansyah

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Self efficacy is a person's belief in his ability to overcome various situations that arise in his life. The phenomenon that occurred in the student of BK Study Program class of 2013 felt that they had not been able and lacked the confidence to be able to complete the thesis on time so as to lead to academic procrastination. This study aims to look at the relationship between academic procrastination and self efficacy in completing the thesis of 2013 Guidance and Counseling study program students at Binjai Cultivation STKIP. This study used a correlational qualitative method with a sample of students of the 2013 BK study program totaling 30 randomly. This study uses a Likert scale model. The results of this study indicate that there is a relationship between academic procrastination and self efficacy in completing the thesis of 2013 Guidance and Counseling Study Program students in Binjai Cultivation STKIP

 

 Keywords: Academic procrastination, self-efficacy, completion of student thesis

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