Cognitive Learning and Its Relationship with Student Academic Achievement

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Mohd. Norazmi Bin Nordin, Zulfadli Mohd. Saad, Intan Suraya Noor Arzahan, S. Johari, Kavita Vellu, Santibuana Abd. Rahman, Siti Noor Aneeis Hashim


Many researchers agree that this cognitive learning style is highly correlated with student academic achievement. Either way, all processes involving the cognitive are required in obtaining information and presenting it. The majority of studies have found that, there is a very close relationship between cognitive learning and student academic achievement. The process of remembering, thinking, and reinterpreting knowledge is very much needed by an individual student in a test or exam in school. Several studies state that, analytical, independent thinking, good perception coupled with good behavior will have a beneficial effect on student academic achievement. A problem needs to be solved in stages, including in the learning of students in school. The ability to structure the way to solve the problem will increase the ability of students to achieve better academic achievement. This review article discusses the cognitive learning styles that influence students ’academic achievement. The findings from this survey are expected to provide an initial overview to the next researcher to conduct further research.

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