This study determines the impact of technology, satisfaction, and motivation on academic achievement at university level in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. This is a quantitative study, 203 respondents participated from, five Universities of Hyderabad, Sindh i.e. SZABIST, LUMHS, ISRA, SAU and Mehran-UET Jamshoro. The data collected using an adopted questionnaire and the data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. This was to find out the relationship between independent variables (technology, satisfaction, and motivation) and dependent variable (academic achievement). The results showed that there is significant relationship between predictors and response variable, whereas, the effect of variable academic achievement showed that there is weak positive relation of predictor on response variable for undergraduate students of Hyderabad region, Sindh, Pakistan. It is because mostly student gets higher level of knowledge with the provision of technology, but there are other uses of technology too, which affected their perception of use accordingly.
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