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Abstract

The spread of the corona virus (COVID-19) forces face-to-face learning activities to turn into virtual meetings in various online applications. This new learning system requires students to adjust their learning habits and be different from what they receive in conventional face-to-face classes. This study designs to determine the study habits of students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Seventy three undergraduate students from the Department of English Education, Universitas Indraprasta PGRI on Academic Year 2019/2020 was involved in this study. To collect data used a questionnaire containing 30 items with 2 answer options; and analyzed descriptively by considering five indicators of study habits (Time Management, Classroom Attendance & Participation, General Study Strategies, Exam Preparation and Note-taking). The results indicated that female students had better learning habits than male students, especially in time management, were active in learning activities, the ability to find learning materials / references, and the ability to take notes in general. Meanwhile, male students are more prepared than female students. The implications of this study are also a big part of the discussion in this article.

Keywords

Covid-19 Online learning Study Habits University

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Angkarini, T. (2021). Study Habits of Undergraduate Students During Pandemic of Covid-19. Journal of Learning and Instructional Studies, 1(1), 37–51. https://doi.org/10.46637/jlis.v1i1.5

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