Psychosocial profile and use of the technologies of the information and the communication of the pupils who have high and minimum GPA Belonging to face to face education in a Mexican context Perfil psicosocial y uso de las tecnolog¡as de la informaci¢n y la comunicaci¢n de alumnos con promedios acad¿micos altos y m¡nimos de la modalidad educativa presencial en un contexto Mexicano
Ting and Robinson (1998) and Dimmitt (2003) present the need to study the topic of academic success including psychosocial aspects of the pupils. The objective of this research was to describe the psychosocial profile and the use of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) of undergraduate students. The research design used for this purpose was non-experimental transectional descriptive. The instruments were a questionnaire for the Integral Profile of the Student and the Gordon Personal Profile Inventory. The sample consisted of 469 Mexican undergraduate pupils who receive traditional education. The results show that there is a significant difference statistically speaking according to the p value (0.000; 0.025; 0.004.000) obtained in the ANOVA for the cognitive and emotional areas, use of the ICTs and self-esteem of the surveyed students with high GPA.