The Influence of Internal Factors and External Factors toward TOEIC Passing Grades In TOEIC Intensive Course for Final Year Students
Abstract. The objective of this study is to prove the effects of variable internal factors
and external factors simultaneously to variable TOEIC student graduation rates. The
population in this study was 150 respondents. Data analysis was performed using
multiple regression using SPSS version 22. The results showed that it was known that
F count was 0.902 smaller than F table, which was 3.057. Thus, internal factors and
external factors simultaneously did not affect the level of TOEIC graduation.
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