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Maslach Burnout Inventory Student Survey

 

Aamir Ranjha
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Hello! I hope you are doing well. I just joined the community. I have trouble finding the complete English version Maslach Burnout Inventory Student Survey by Schaufeli. The one that I found did not indicate the scoring and interpretation of the test. 

I hope you can help me with this. Thank you very much!


   
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Thank you for your query. I am working on it and the final answer will answer tomorrow in working time. currently, I share a few important articles which help you and some descriptions for scoring. 

Kindly also share here the version of the scale which u have.

The MBI-SS measures academic burnout. The test was created by Schaufeli et al. (2002). It is a questionnaire with 15 items that are evaluated using a Likert-type scale from 0 (never) to 6 (every day). The items are distributed in three subscales: Emotional Exhaustion (EE) (5 items, for example “I feel emotionally exhausted by my studies”), Cynicism (C) (4 items, for example “I have become less interested in my studies since I started secondary school”), and Academic Effectiveness (AE) (6 items, for example “I can effectively solve the problems that come up in my studies”). The scores obtained in the questionnaire indicate the presence of academic burnout when they are high in the exhaustion and cynicism subscales and low in the academic effectiveness subscale. Exhaustion means suffering from a stat of severe fatigue produces by issues generally related to study. Cynicism is an indifferent, or distant attitude towards the student’s schoolwork or academic tasks. Effectiveness refers to both social and non-social aspects of working in the academic environment. The validity and reliability indices from the three subscales were good in samples of university students in Spain, Portugal, and Holland (Schaufeli et al., 2002).

 

 


   
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Here I attach a scale with scoring key


   
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Here is the link of

The Maslach Burnout Inventory Manual

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277816643_The_Maslach_Burnout_Inventory_Manual


   
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Hope so you found the answer. If still need any help feel free to reply this topic.

And also share the scales which u have in your collection. 


   
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@aamir Thank you for your help, Sir! Can I ask for the exact questionnaire of the MBI Student Survey? Is it computed the same way as the MBI for the occupational setting? 

 

 


   
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Here is the DRS-15 by Bartone. I hope this could help others as well! 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331875947_A_Short_Hardiness_Scale_updated


   
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Here is the DRS-15 by Bartone. I hope this could help others as well! 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331875947_A_Short_Hardiness_Scale_updated

Thank you for sharing the scale


   
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@studentresearcher Respected as I see last night the page of product MBI there mention that MBI for Educators. So that was the reason which I mention that more search needs to do exact information.

However, As per researches show that scoring on the same parameters. But today, I do more research for you on this. But it takes time because first I need to do some scheduled tasks. 


   
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@aamir Will look forward to this. Thank you for your assistance! 


   
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Each item on these three subscales receives between 0-6 points and the scores for each subscale are calculated separately. The Exhaustion (EX) and Cynicism (CY) dimensions include negative statements while Professional Efficacy (PE) includes positive ones. The positive statements require reverse scoring. Thus, high scores from EX and CY subscales and low scores from the PE subscale show burnout.


   
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