It is of utmost importance to assess the factors influencing the academic achievements of students who are considered as the most important members of societies. This study aimed to identify the correlation of academic achievement with mental health, life satisfaction, and social support among students of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran.
This descriptive-analytical study was conducted on 231 students at Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran. The data were collected using a demographic information form, Reef psychological wellbeing questionnaire, social support survey (Sherbourne and Stewart), and the satisfaction with life scale (Diener). Moreover, the students’ total average marks of the last three semesters were employed to assess their academic achievements.
According to the results, there is a direct correlation between life satisfaction scores and psychological welfare with social support. In addition, the results obtained from the multiple linear regressions revealed that among the considered variables, life satisfaction and social support ranked the first and second predictors for the students’ academic achievements, respectively.
Regarding the obtained results, it can be assumed that the students’ academic achievement is influenced by life satisfaction and social support of people who are associated with them. Therefore, it is suggested to embed the topic of life satisfaction in students’ educational curriculum; moreover, methods of social support attraction should be taught in the most effective ways.
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