Emotional Intelligence, Self-Esteem, and Academic Achievement: A Case Study of English Department Students, Binus University

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  • Wiwik Andreani Bina Nusantara University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/humaniora.v4i2.3539

Keywords:

emotional intelligence, students’ self-esteem, academic achievement

Abstract

This study examines the comparison between English Department students’ emotional intelligence (EQ), their self-esteem and their academic achievement. Twenty-two students participated in the research by answering EQ test and two Self-Esteem questionnaires. The result shows that there is no relation between students’ GPA and their self-esteem and EQ. This means that academic ability does not correspond to social skills. Though most students have average EQ and self-esteem, one student has High EQ, High Self-esteem and a 2.95 GPA (out of 4).

 

 

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2013-10-31

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