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his or her feelings. The scale options carried weights as follows: Always=3, Sometimes=2,

and Never=1. Some examples of the statements in the scale included:

 At work or at play, do other people find it hard to keep up with your pace?


Always Sometimes Never



 Do you enjoy spending most of your time alone?


Always Sometimes Never





3.7.2.2 Agreeable-Less Agreeable Personality Scale

This scale contained 30 statements (Appendix D). The student was to mark the most

appropriate level of agreement on a three point scale. The highest score in this scale was

90 points while the lowest score was 30 points. The student had to respond to the

statements by ticking the appropriate answer, which he/she thought was truly describing

his or her feelings. The scale options carried weights as follows: Yes=3, Sometimes=2,

and Never =1. Some examples of the statements in the scale included:

 Do you think most peace lovers are just cowards?


Yes Sometimes Never



 In your class, are you considered a gentle person?


Yes Sometimes Never



3.7.3 Students’ Achievement Scores Sheet

Student’s achievement score sheet was a form used by the researcher to record the end of

Form III annual examination results (Appendix E). In filling this form, the school

academic performance record books were reviewed in order to obtain information on

students’ academic performance in the compulsory academic subjects that were Basic

Mathematics, History, English, Geography, Civics, Kiswahili, and Biology. The end of

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