The Degree of Having Life Skills among the Hashemite University Students

Lina Z. Al-Qassem, Ahmad M. Mahasneh, Omar M. Mahasneh, Zohair H. Al-Zoubi, Omar T. Batayeneh

Abstract


The primary purpose of this study was to determine revealing the degree of possessing life skills among the Hashemite University students. The sample of the study consisted of (855) male and female students from different colleges, and this sample represents a percentage of (6%) from the community of the study. A questionnaire related to life skills was utilized, containing (30) items distributed among 3 domains. Additionally, results indicated that the Hashemite University Students' possession degree of life skills was medium. The first rank was occupied by the skills of communication with others, followed by the academic skills, and in the last rank came the skills of decision making and problem solving. Also, the results revealed that that there were no statistically significant differences in the possession degree of life skills among the Hashemite University students ascribed to the variable of gender, and that there were statistically significant differences in the possession degree of communication and academic skills among the Hashemite University students ascribed to the variable of academic level. In addition, there were statistically significant differences in the possession degree of communication skills, academic skills and decision making and problem solving skills among the Hashemite University students ascribed to the variable of GPA.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/res.v6n1p180

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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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