The Effect Of Accounting Study Club And Online-Based Mentoring On Student Academic Achievement With Motivation As An Intervening Variable: An Analysis Of Accounting Student Behavior During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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Hendra Raza , Muhammad Furqan , Rico Nur Ilham


This study aims to examine the effect of the Accounting Study Club and Online-Based Mentoring on the Academic Achievement of the Accounting Study Program FEB Unimal Students with Motivation as an Intervening Variable During the Covid-19 Pandemic. The sample in this study was 60 students of FEB Unimal accounting study program. In sampling, the authors use the technique of Non Probability Sampling or Saturated Sample (census), which is a sampling method if all members of the population are used as samples. The data obtained from the results of distributing questionnaires. This study uses primary data of 60 observations with multiple linear regression estimation and path analysis of intervening variables. The results of the study found that the Accounting Study Club and Motivation variables had a positive and significant effect, while Online-Based Mentoring had no influence on the Academic Achievement variable. In addition, it was also found that the Motivation variable mediates the Accounting Study Club variable on the Academic Achievement variable and Motivation mediates the Online-Based Mentoring variable on the Academic Achievement variable.

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