This research investigates the predictive relationship between intelligence, personality traits, emotional intelligence, and academic achievement among secondary school students. The study aims to explore how these factors collectively influence students' performance in their academic endeavors. Understanding the combined impact of intelligence, personality, and emotional intelligence on academic achievement can inform targeted interventions and support systems that foster students' holistic development. By recognizing and harnessing these predictors, educators can design tailored strategies to enhance students' learning experiences and promote academic excellence among secondary school students. In conclusion, this study sheds light on the intricate relationship between intelligence, personality traits, emotional intelligence, and academic achievement among secondary school students. By unraveling the collective influence of these factors, the research contributes valuable insights to the field of education, offering avenues for empowering students and optimizing their academic potential.
Key words: Emotional intelligence, Personality, Performance, Academic, Students.