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Table 4 Correlates of burnout in the sample of 796 grade thirteen students in the multivariable analysis

From: Prevalence and correlates of burnout among collegiate cycle students in Sri Lanka: a school-based cross-sectional study

Factor B SE Wald df p value Odds ratio 95% CI
Disturbance to studies: yes 0.740 0.366 4.083 1 0.043 2.1 1.1–4.3
Facilities of the classroom: satisfactory − 2.151 0.327 43.156 1 < 0.001 0.1 0.1–0.2
Library facilities: satisfactory − 0.691 0.332 4.338 1 0.037 0.5 0.3–0.9
School health services: satisfactory − 0.578 0.328 3.080 1 0.079 0.6 0.3–1.1
Scope of subject content: satisfactory − 1.464 0. 357 16.818 1 < 0.001 0.2 0.1–0.5
Relevance of subject area: satisfactory − 1.900 0.421 20.333 1 < 0.001 0.2 0.1–0.3
Difficulty in understanding: easily understood − 1.380 0.340 16.444 1 < 0.001 0.3 0.1–0.5
Duration of study: less than 2 h per day 0.574 0.325 3.127 1 0.077 1.8 0.9–3.4
Support from parents: satisfactory − 1.800 0.488 13.612 1 < 0.001 0.2 0.1–0.4
Support from teachers: satisfactory − 1.084 0.449 5.832 1 0.016 0.3 0.1–0.8
Preference of subject stream: own preference − 1.995 0.486 16.825 1 < 0.001 0.1 0.1–0.4
Personal expectations: encouraging − 1.251 0.576 4.716 1 0.030 0.3 0.1–0.9
Expectations of parents: encouraging − 1.002 0.346 8.375 1 0.004 0.4 0.2–0.7
Subjected to bullying at school: yes 0.981 0.302 10.557 1 0.001 2.7 1.5–4.8
  1. Italic values indicate significance of p value (p < 0.05)
  2. df degree of freedom; SE standard error; 95% CI 95% confidence interval