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CORRELATION ACAD RLE 38
Chapter IV

CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED
LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS
OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI

This chapter presents the analysis and interpretation of data. The data were organized and presented both in textual and tabular form. This also includes the discussion about the degree of relationship of the two variables and the implications of the results.

I. Performance Of The Level Iv Nursing Students
Table 2. Frequency Distribution of Grades in PHC 101 and PHC 101.1
Grades
Frequency
PHC 101
PHC 101.1

75-79 80-84 85-89 90-94

7
38
29
10

9
50
25
-

Mean
84.2500
82.7619

Table 2 shows the grades of the respondents in PHC 101 and PHC 101.1. This table shows that there were 7 students in PHC 101 and 9 students in PHC 101.1 who got grades ranging from 75 to 79 which is the lowest range of grades while there were 10 students in PHC 101 who got grades ranging from 90 to 94 which is the highest range of grades. Most of the students got grades ranging from 80 to 84 in both variables. The means of two variables were also computed which resulted to 84.2500 and 82.7619.

CORRELATION ACAD RLE 39

Based from the Parameters of Acquiring Mastery, it can be deduced that an average of 84.2500 and 82.7619 is equivalent to fair. This implies that only a minimal amount of knowledge and skill is being retained and transferred by the students.

The computed standard deviation shows that the grades of the students were close to each other. In PHC 101, there are ten (10) students who got grades ranging from 90-94 while seven students who got grades ranging from 79 and below.

Using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation (r), the result was 0.642 which implies a moderate degree of correlation between the two variables which strongly proves a directly proportional relationship between the subjects.

Table 3. Frequency Distribution of Grades in PHC 102 and PHC 102.1
Grades
Frequency
PHC 102
PHC 102.1

75-79 80-84 85-89 90-94

6
47
29
2

7
38
35
4

Mean
83.6667
84.3095

Table 3 shows the grades of the respondents in PHC 102 and PHC 102.1. This table shows that there were 6 students in PHC 102 and 7 students in PHC 102.1 who got grades ranging from 75 to 79 which is the lowest range of grades while there were 2 students in PHC 102 and 4 students in PHC 102.1, who got grades ranging from 90 to 94 which is the highest range of grades. Most of the students got grades ranging from 80 to 84 in both variables. The mean of two variables were also computed which resulted to 83.6667 and 84.3095.

CORRELATION ACAD RLE 40

Based from the Parameters of Acquiring Mastery, it can be deduced that an average of 83.667 and 84.3095 is equivalent to fair. This implies that only a minimal amount of knowledge and skill are retained and transferred by the students.

The computed standard deviation shows that the grades of the students were close to each other. This implies that the grades of the students in NCM 100 were fair while satisfactory in NCM 100.1.

Using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation (r), the result was 0.574 which implies a moderate degree of correlation between the two variables which strongly proves a directly proportional relationship between the subjects.

Table 4. Frequency Distribution of Grades in NCM 100 and NCM 100.1
Grades
Frequency
NCM 100
NCM 100.1

75-79 80-84 85-89 90-94

12
34
31
7

-
17
67
-

Mean
83.7976
85.5357

Table 4 shows the grades of the respondents in NCM 100 and NCM 101.1. This table shows that there were 12 students in NCM 100 who got grades ranging from 75 to 79 which is the lowest range of grades while there were 7 students in NCM 100 who got grades ranging from 90 to 94 which is the highest range of grades. Most of the students in NCM 100 got grades ranging from 80 to 84 while most of the students in NCM 100.1 got grades ranging from 85 to 89. The means of two variables were also computed which resulted to 83.7976 and 85.5357.

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