A study was lead by Menaka
and Jebaraj (2017) about the connection between reading comprehension and
academic performance in rural students of five government and private schools
in Coimbatore district, India. The researchers used a survey based method on
the students that were picked randomly. The higher secondary school students
were tested on to test three possible hypothesis. The first hypothesis was
rejected because of the insignificance of the 0.5 value regarding differences
in gender in relation to the connection between reading comprehension and
academic performance in English as a medium. The second hypothesis served the
same results as the first. However, the test was on Tamil and English as a
medium instead of just English. The last hypothesis was also rejected since the
results showed that there was a significant relationship between reading
comprehension and academic performance. The researched focused on statistics in
a specific matter. 

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