CLEI - College Learning Effectiveness Inventory
51 questions

The purpose of this questionnaire is to obtain your profile regarding the aspects that contribute to effective learning and academic success (academic self-efficacy, organization and attention to study, stress and anxiety management, participation in university activities, emotional regulation, communication in the classroom). The questionnaire was proposed by some researchers in 2008*.

Instructions: use the scale below to complete the questionnaire. If you think that a statement exactly matches your situation, circle “5”. If the statement is not relevant to your situation at all, then circle “1”. If you somewhat relate to the statement, then find the appropriate number between 1 and 5 that corresponds most closely to your situation.

Remember that there are no right or wrong answers, only truthful or untruthful answers. Please answer based on what really happens to you, rather than what you think should happen.

This questionnaire allows you to obtain a graph that represents your profile with respect to the psychological dimensions measured. We will email you the report after you complete the questionnaire.

*Newton, F. B., Kim, E., Wilcox, D., Beemer, N., Johnson, A., Tseng, W. C., … & Benton, S. (2008). Administration and scoring manual for the college learning effectiveness inventory (CLEI). Kansas State University, Manhattan.

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I wait to study until the night before the exam *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I organize my time so that I have plenty of time to study *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I do not seem to have time to get everything done that I need to do *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I am aware of the assignments that are due in the next week *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I do not turn in assignments *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I organize class information in a way that helps me retain and apply it later *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I plan in advance to prevent becoming overwhelmed with assignments at the last minute *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I avoid speaking in class *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I participate in social activities on campus *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I belong to a study group *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I belong to an organized club on campus *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I am discouraged with how I am treated by my instructors
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
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I have symptoms of stress from all of the pressure I have been under since coming to college *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I like my courses *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I consider college to be a great time in my life *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I become overwhelmed when I think of my assigned class requirements *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I enjoy being a student here *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I hate university, but I know I have to do it *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I can talk with people who provide encouragement to me about what I am learning *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
People in my community value a college education *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
My family cares how I do academically *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I find it difficult to get the assistance I need for my academic success *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I believe that I have the ability to complete college *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I believe it is possible for me to make good grades *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I find my attention wandering in class *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I have goals that I want to achieve by being in college *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I see connections between my classes and my career goals *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I turn in assignments only partially completed *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I know someone with whom I can study *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I make study goals and keep up with them *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I break big assignments into manageable pieces *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
It seems as though I am playing catch-up *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I ask questions in class *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I attend events such as concerts, plays, speakers, or athletic contests as a part of the college experience *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I avoid classes in which participation is required *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I feel there are so many things to get done each week that I am stressed *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
My living situation distracts me from my studies *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
Family members criticize me because I am not a great student *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
My instructors show interest in me *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I have friends here at school *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
My friends have good study habits *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I doubt that I can make the effort to finish college *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I have high academic expectations of myself *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I dread the thought of getting test results in certain classes *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I can make connections between what I learn in class and my plans for a career *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I cannot seem to express my ideas on paper very well *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
Gaining knowledge is important to me *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I find myself daydreaming when I study *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I question why I need a degree for the career I want to pursue *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I am determined to do what it will take in order to succeed with my goals *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
I cannot get into studying even if there is nothing else to do *
Not at all true of you
Very true of you
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