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ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETAION OF

DATA
This chapter presents the data gathered through the use of questionnaire. Data were presented in table
form. After each table, an analysis and interpretation was given by the researcher.

TABLE 1

FREQUENCY AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENT RESPONDENTS IN TERMS OF AGE;

AGE FREQUENCY PERCENTAGE

16-18 YEARS OLD

18-20 YEARS OLD

20-22 YEARS OLD

22-24 YEARS OLD

OTHER

TOTAL

INTERPRETATION:

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FIGURE 1

AGE

OTHERS

25-26 YEARS
OLD
22-24 YEARS OLD

16-18 YEARS
OLD
19-21 YEARS
OLD

16-18 YEARS OLD


19-21 YEARS OLD
22-24 YEARS OLD
24-26 YEARS OLD
OTHERS

Interpretation:
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TABLE 2

FREQUENCY AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENT


IN TERMS OF GENDER.

GENDER FREQUENCY PERCENTAGE

MALE 100 100%

FEMALE 0 0%

TOTAL 100 100%

Interpretation: Table 2 present the frequency and percentage distribution of


respondents in terms of gender. As shown in the table, 100 are male and 0 are
female.

FIGURE 2

Sales

MALE
FEAMALE
INTRPRETATION: TABLE 2 presents the frequency and percentage distribution
of respondents in terms of gender. As shown in the table, 100% are male and 0%
are female.

TABLE 3

FREQUENCY AND DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENT STUDENT IN


TERMS OF COURSE.

COURSE FREQUENCY PERCENTAGE


BSMarE
BSMT
TOTAL NO. OF
RESPONDENTS

INTERPRETION: TABLE 3 Presents the frequency and percentage distribution of


respondents in terms of course. As shown in the table,____ are BSMarE and ___
are BSMT.

FIGURE 3

Sales

BSMarE
BSMT
INTERPRETATION:_________________________________________________
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TABLE 4

FREQUENCY AND PERCENTAGE OF DISTRIBUTION ON


RESPPONDENTS STUDENTS IN TERMS OF YEAR.

YEAR OF THE FREQUEENCY PERCENTAGE


STUDENTS
3rd Year
2nd Year
1st Year

INTERPRETATION:_______________________________________________
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FIGURE 4

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3rd year
2nd year
1st year

TABLE 5

FREQUENCY AND MEAN DISTRIBUTION OFRESPONDENTS RESPONSE


IN TERMS ON BEHAVIORAL PROBLEM ON BOARD THAT THEY
INCOUNTERED.

Behavioral Weighted Interpretation


problems mean
that they
encountered
on board
Being Lazy
Being
Incompetent
Being
Irresponsible
Being Rude
Being Anti-
social
Being
Messy
Being Bossy
Being
Annoying
Being Over
confident
Being
Careless
Being
Alcoholic
Average Mean =
Total Respondent = 100 Fully Average =

Interpretation
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FIGURE 5

BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS ON BOARD

incompetent
irresponsible
anti-social
rude
messy
annoying
over confident
careless
alcoholic

(TABLE 6)

FREQUENCY ANDV MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS


RESPONSE IN TERMS ON SOLUTION OF SOME BEHAVIORAL
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERESD ON BOARD.

Solution of 5 4 3 2 1 Weight Interpretation


some Mean
behavioral
problems
on board
Be
Attentive
Be
Responsible
Be Humble
Be Peaceful
Be Friendly
Be Polite
Be Neat
Always
listen to the
officers
Always
have a
presence of
mind
Not always
drink
alcoholic
BVRGS.
Always
pray to God

Total Respondents = 100


Average =
Mean =
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Figure 6

responsible
humble
peacful
friendly
polite
neat
always have presence of mind
not always drink alcoholic BVRGS.
Pray to God

TABLE 7

FREQUENCY AND PERCENTAGE OF DISTRIBIUTION ON RESPONDENTS


STUDENTS INTERMS OF TRAINNING FOR SOME BEHAVIORAL
PROBLEMS.

TRAIINING 5 4 3 2 1 WEIGHT IINTERPRETATION


FOR SOME MEAN
BEHAVIORAL
PROBLEMS

(BST) Basic
Safety Training
(MARPOL)
Marine
Pollution
(TESDA)
Technical
Education
Social
Development
Administration
(OJT) On Job
Training
(EWK) Engine
Watch Keeping
(BBS)
Total
Respondents =
100
Average =
Mean =

INTERPRETATION:
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Figure 7

Sales

TESDA
OJT
EWK
BBS