Tingkat Prokrastinasi Akademik Siswa Sekolah Menengah Pertama Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta

Martika Laely Munawaroh, Said Alhadi, Wahyu Nanda Eka Saputra


Abstract: Academic procrastination is one of problems that may occur among junior high school students. This study aims to describe the level of academic procrastination of junior high school students in Sekolah Menengah Pertama Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta. This research uses descriptive quantitative research. The results of this study showed that 17,2% of subjects have high academic procrastination, 77,1% of them have the moderate one, and 5,7% of them have the low one. Based on those results, it is recommended for the next researcher to use Solution-Focused Brief Counseling in reducing academic procrastination in SMP Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta.

Abstrak: Prokrastinasi akademik merupakan salah satu permasalahan yang terjadi di kalangan pelajar Sekolah Menengah Pertama (SMP). Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan tingkat prokrastinasi akademik siswa SMP Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian deskriptif kuantitatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa 17,2% pelajar SMP Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta memiliki prokrastinasi akademik tinggi, 77,1% sedang, dan 5,7% rendah. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian tersebut, direkomendasikan agar peneliti selanjutnya menggunakan Konseling Ringkas Berfokus Solusi untuk mereduksi perilaku prokrastinasi akademik siswa SMP Muhammadiyah 9 Yogyakarta.

Permalink/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/um001v2i12017p026


academic procrastination; junior high school students; counseling; prokrastinasi akademik; siswa sekolah menengah pertama; konseling

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