Nursing students’ academic self-efficacy can be considered a significant factor in reducing their academic failure, which necessitates a valid measurement tool to reveal academic self-efficacy among undergraduate nursing students. In this sense, we carried out this study to adapt the Academic Nurse Self-Efficacy Scale (ANSES) into the Turkish context. The sample of this methodological study consisted of 235 undergraduate nursing students enrolled in a state university in the Marmara Region. We collected the data using a descriptive information form and the Turkish version of the ANSES. Following the translation-back-translation of the scale, we submitted the items to the views of 20 experts and calculated content validity ratios to be 0.80 and above for each item. After analyzing the data descriptively, we attempted to test the construct validity of the scale using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and sought test-retest reliability with Peason’s correlation analysis and internal consistency by calculating Cronbach’s alpha coefficient. According to the findings, the measurement model yielded an acceptable model-data fit. In addition, we found our measurement with the Turkish version of the ANSES showed high internal consistency (0.82). While item-total correlations varied between 0.32 and 0.74, test-retest reliability was found to be 0.81. Overall, we can propose that the Turkish version of the ANSES can validly and reliably be utilized to measure academic self-efficacy among undergraduate nursing students. Thus, we can recommend using the scale, brought in the Turkish literature on nursing, to reveal the self-efficacy of undergraduate nursing students and identify to what extent they have accomplished their learning goals.
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