Success is about you vs. you

Self-efficacy for self-regulated learning refers to the beliefs individuals hold in their capabilities to think and behave in ways that are systematically oriented toward or associated with their learning goals. Students with a robust sense of efficacy in their self-regulatory capabilities believe they can manage their time effectively, organize their work, minimize distractions, set goals for themselves, monitor their comprehension, ask for help when necessary, and maintain an effective work environment.

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