The study aimed to identify the level of aspiration and its relationship to academic achievement and some variables among the visually impaired students. To achieve this, the descriptive method was used, and the scale of level of aspiration developed by Abed (2015) was administered to the study sample which consisted of (66) students. The study revealed that there was a high level of aspiration among students, and there was no relationship between the level of aspiration and academic achievement. It also indicated that there were no differences attributed to gender, class, and severity of disability, but there was no age-related relationship. The study concluded with a number of recommendations and suggestions.
level of aspiration, academic achievement, visual impairment.
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