The goal of the study was to look at technical advancements and psychosocial difficulties (resilience, academic stress, peer relationships, and family structure) as drivers of economics students’ academic success at Ogun State’s tertiary institutions. 600 students from Covenant University Ota, Babcock University, Ilishan, Tai-Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-Ode, and Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye were chosen using a two-stage sampling procedure. The respondents were asked to fill out a well-structured questionnaire as part of the study. The data was subjected to regression analysis, a quantitative technique. The findings demonstrated that technology improvement had no bearing on academic performance (p>.05). The psychological issues of resilience (p.05) and academic stress (p.05) strongly influenced academic performance, and the combined influence of academic performance and psychosocial difficulties considerably influenced academic performance (p.05). Based on this, the study recommends that students make proper use of technology resources such as the internet, laptops, e-notebooks, iPads, and other such devices in their studies. Students should use these resources to find information for their classes, assignments, tests, term papers, exams, and projects. This will broaden students’ intellectual horizons, increase their degree of exposure and illumination, and boost their academic performance.

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