THE EFFECT OF RELIGIOSITY ON LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF HEALTH DIPLOMA STUDENTS IN BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA
This study aims to determine the effect of religiosity on the learning achievement of Health Diploma III students in Banda Aceh City and Pidie district, Aceh Province, Indonesia. Using quantitative methods, data collection techniques were carried out by distributing questionnaires to students at the Diploma III Health Institute in Banda Aceh City and Pidie district. Data were analyzed using Amos SEM (Structural Equation Modeling) analysis. The results of this study indicate that religious studies at the D-III Institution of Health have a significant effect on the achievement of the cumulative achievement index of students both in the City of Aceh and Pidie Regency. The results of the study in the Pidie district showed a significant level of p=0.001 (p<0.001) and the results of the test of the influence of religiosity on learning achievement showed that the dimension of student religiosity had no effect on the learning achievement of Diploma III health students.
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