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PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOMETRIC INTELLIGENCE IN RELATION TO ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

    2 Author(s):  SANTOSH, DR. SANTOSH JAGWANI

Vol -  13, Issue- 7 ,         Page(s) : 92 - 100  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMST

Abstract

The aim of the study is to explore the nature of the relationships between personality Big Five as measured by the (NEO PI-R), psychometric intelligence as measured by (Ravens, ) in relation to academic performance of BA 1st year students. A model was developed which proposed that Big Five personality traits, predicted psychometric intelligence and which in turn predicted academic performance. Results showed that Openness was significantly correlated with, and predicted, fluid intelligence (Ravens). Academic performance was found to be predicted by trait Conscientiousness, and also by Raven’s (fluid intelligence). Implications of this study are discussed.

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