The aim this study is to investigate the correlation among 10th grade students’ academic achievement, self-evaluation of and attitude to quadratic functions (QF) topic. A correlational survey model was employed for the research. The data was collected through QF achievement test, QF attitude scale and QF self-evaluation form and attitude to maths scale. The analysis of the data revealed that there is statistically a significant correlation between QF academic achievement and QF self-evaluation and between students’ academic achievement score and their self-evaluation score and their attitude of maths. But the study did not find any statistically significant correlation between students’ attitude to maths and QF attitude. Similarly, there was not any significant correlation between students’ QF attitude and QF self- evaluation scores.
Keywords: Quadratic functions, academic achievement, self evaluation, attitude