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Galehdar N, Birjandi M. Assessment of university students satisfaction from academic counseling of the tutors of Lorestan university of medical sciences in the second half of school year 2007-2008. yafte 2010; 11 (4) :53-63
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The carried out studies show that psychological, emotive and social problems of students are important and need to serious and organized measures to select tutors. It is clear that lack of rendering suitable counseling prevents students from educational attainments. So with regard to importance and role of counseling, this research was carried out to determine the rate of students satisfaction from academic counseling of the tutors of Lorestan university of medical sciences. Materials and Methods: This descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out on 680 students including the third and forth term of all fields selected using census sampling. Data collection tool was a two part questionnaire (reliability = %79 ) which indicated students satisfaction in three levels. Then data were analyzed using statistical tests , X2 and SPSS software. Results: In this study 77. 9% of the students were female with age range of 19-35. The most reason for their referrals was educational problems (59. 2%). 37. 9% of the students had no satisfaction from the tutors, 44. 38% had moderate satisfaction and 17. 73% of them were satisfied with the tutors. Conclusion: Results indicated a weak level of satisfactory, so having positive, attitude towards academic counseling, it seems necessary to take action for implementing laws and regulations related to tutors, as well as evaluating their performances. Conducting codified educational programs for tutors can help achieving university high goals.
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Received: 2010/03/14 | Accepted: 2021/10/13 | Published: 2010/02/15

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