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CHAPTER IV

PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

This chapter discusses the data analysis and findings from 40 questionnaires

completed by Grade 9 Sea Stars in ICHNS Tambacan Annex. The purpose of this study

was to identify the significance of having a cellphone for academic purposes.

Questionnaires were given to Grade 9 Sea Stars aged 12-17 years of old from

different. After listening the consent form indicating their willingness to participate in the

study, these Grade 9 Sea Stars students completed the questionnaires.

A total of fifty eight (58) Grade 9 Sea stars students completed questionnaires

The results are interpreted by the following scale;

Tables For respondents’ data.

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Table 1. Distribution of frequency according to the profile of the respondents

(Age of respondents)

Age Frequency Percentage (%)

17 13 32.5%

18 23 57.5%

19 4 10%
Table 1 presents the Age of respondents, frequency and the percentage of the

answers of the respondents. Based from the shown data, 13 out of 40 or 32.5% of the

respondents are 17 years old, on the other hand, 23 out of 40 or 57.5% of the respondents

are 18 years old and age of 19 had only 4 out of 40 or 10%.

Table 2.For the gender of the respondents’ data

Gender Respondents Percentage

Female 17 42.5

Male 23 57.5

Table 2 presents the gender, respondents and the percentage of the answers of

the respondents. Based from the shown data, 17 out of 40 or 42.5% of the respondents

are females. On the other hand, 23 out of 40 or 57.5% of the respondents are male.

Table 3. Grades Specialized 5

Grades 25
Respondents Percentage

80-83 8 20

84-87 20 50

88-91 10 25

92-95 2 5

96-99 0 0

Table 3 presents the specialized subject 5 grades of the grade 12 Information

Technology respondents. Based from the shown data, 8 out of 40 or 20% of the
respondents got 80-83, 20 out of 40 or 50% got 84-87, 10 out of 40 or 25% got 88-91, 2

out of 40 or 5% got 92-95, and 0 out of 40 or 0% got 96-99 of their specialized subject 5

grades.

Table 4. Grades for Specialized 6

Grades Respondents Percentage

80-83 4 10%

84-87 21 52.5%

88-91 7 17.5%

92-95 1 17.5%

96-99 0 2.5%

Table 4 presents the specialized subject 6 grades of the grade 12 Information

Technology respondents. Based from the shown data, 4 out of 40 or 10% of the

26 got 84-87, 7 out of 40 or 17.5% got 88-


respondents got 80-83, 21 out of 40 or 52.5%

91, 7 out of 40 or 17.5% got 92-95, and 1 out of 40 or 2.5% got 96-99 of their

specialized subject 5 grades.

Table 5.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #1
Are you having a hard

time on doing your school

activities?

A. Yes 32 80%

B. No 8 20%

For question number 1” Are you having a hard time on doing your school

Activities”. 32 out of 40 or 80% of the respondents chooses yes and 8 out of 40

or 20% of the respondents answered NO as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #2

Can you finish and pass

on your activity on time?

A. yes 7 17.5%

B. Sometimes 30 75%

C. No 3 27 7.5%

For question number 2 “Can you finish and pass on your activity on time”. 7 out

of 40 or 17.5% of the respondents answered “Yes”, 30 out of 40 or 75.5 % of the

respondents answered “Sometimes” and 3 out of 40 or 7.5% of the respondents

answered “No” as their answer.


Choices Responses Percentage

Question #3

Is it true that students

who don't have a

personal computer (PC)

spend a lot of money?

A. Yes 36 90%

B. No 4 10%

For question number 3 “Is it true that students who don't have a personal

computer (PC) spend a lot of money”. 36 out of 40 or 90% of the respondents

answered “Yes”, 4 out of 40 or 10% of the respondents answered “No” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #4
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How much money did you

usually spend in doing

your school activity?

A. 5-20 pesos 6 15%

B. 30-50 22 55%

C. 80-100 5 12.5%

D. 100-150 7 17.5%
For question number 4 “How much money did you usually spend in doing your

school activity”? 6 out of 40 or 15% of the respondents answered 5-20 pesos , 22 out

of 40 or 55% of the respondents answered 30-50 pesos, 5 out of 40 or 12.5% of the

respondents answered 80-100 pesos, 7 out of 40 or 17.5% of the respondents

answered 100-150 pesos as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #5

What difficulties did you

encounter when you are in

a computer shop?(Encircle

as many as you want)

A. No vacant 27 32%

B. Slow internet 30 25%


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connection

C. Some part of the 19 52.5%

computer is damage(e.g.

keyboard ,mouse)

D. Not comfortable (too 18 55%

noisy)

E. Time consume/ Limited 23 42.5%

time

F. No back up file 10 75%


For question number 5 “What difficulties did you encounter when you are in a

computer shop?” 27 out of 40 or 67.5% of the respondents answered No vacant, 30

out of 40 or 75% of the respondents answered Slow internet connection, 19 out of 40

or 47.5% of the respondents answered Some part of the computer is damage, 18 out of

40 or 45% of the respondents answered Not comfortable (too noisy), 23 out of 40 or

47.5% of the respondents answered Time consume/ Limited time, 10 out of 40 or 25%

of the respondents answered No back up file, as their answer.

Choices Responses
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Question #6

Can you practice your

programming skill?

A. Yes 24 60%

B. No 16 40%

For question number 6 “Can you practice your programming skill”? 24 out of 40

or 60% of the respondents answered “Yes” and 16 out of 40 or 40% of the respondents

answered “No” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage


Question #7

Does your parents allowed

you to stay overnight in

your classmates house

just to finish your

individual/ group activity?

A. Yes 18 45%

B. No 22 55%

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For question number 7 “Does your parents allowed you to stay overnight in your

classmates house just to finish your individual/ group activity”. 18 out of 40 or 45% of

the respondents answered “Yes” and 22 out of 40 or 55% of the respondents answered

“No” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #8

Do you feel that not having

a personal computer has

an effect to your life as an

IT student? In what way?

A. Positive 10 25%

B. Negative 18 45%

C. Neither 12 30%
For question number 8 “Do you feel that not having a personal computer has an effect

to your life as an IT student?” 10 out of 40 or 25% of the respondents answered

“Positive”, 18 out of 40 or 45% of the respondents answered “Negative” and 12 out of

40 or 30% of the respondents answered “Neither” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #9

. Did you experience lack

of sleep?

A. Yes 33 82.5%

B. No 7 17.5%
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For question number 9 “Did you experience lack of sleep?” 33 out of 40 or 82.5% of the

respondents answered “Yes” and 7 out of 40 or 17.5% of the respondents answered

“No” as their answer.

Question #10

. How much time does it

takes to finish your school

activities?

A. 1-3 hours 6 15%

B.4-6 hours 19 47.5%

C. 7-9 hours 11 27.5%


D. 10 hours or more 4 10%

For question number 10 “How much time did it takes to finish your school activities”. 6

out of 40 or 15% of the respondents answered 1-3 hours, 19 out of 40 or 47.5% of

the respondents answered 4-6 hours, 11 out of 40 or 27.5% of the respondents

answered 7-9 hours, 4 out of 40 or 10% of the respondents answered 10 hours or


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more as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #11

During your activity, do

you have difficulty in

understanding of what

your professor discussing?

A. Always 6 15%

B. Sometimes 32 80%

C. Never 2 5%

For question number 11 “During your activity, do you have difficulty in understanding of

what your professor discussing”. 6 out of 40 or 15% of the respondents answered

“Always”, 32 out of 40 or 80 % of the respondents answered “Sometimes” and 2 out of

40 or 5% of the respondents answered “Never” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage


Question #12

Is it difficult for you to

study for one or two hours

without computer in your

house?

A. Yes 31 77.5%

B. No 9 22.5%

For question number 12 “. Is it difficult for you to study for one or two hours without

computer in your house?” 31 out of 40 or 77.5% of the respondents answered “Yes” and

9 out of 40 or 22.5% of the respondents answered “No” as their answer.

Choices Responses Percentage

Question #13

. Do you improve your

programming skill even if

you do not have personal

computer?

A. Yes 5 12.5%

B. Maybe 27 67.5%

C. No 8 20%
For question number 13 “Do you improve your programming skill even if you don’t have

personal computer?” 5 out of 40 or 12.5% of the respondents answered “Yes”, 27 out of

40 or 67.5 % of the respondents answered “Maybe” and 8 out of 40 or 20% of the

respondents answered “No” as their answer.

Choices Response Percentage


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Question #14

Did you fail on your SS

activity?

A. Yes 13 32.5%

B. No 27 67.5%

For question number 14 “Did you fail on your SS activity?” 13 out of 40 or 32.5% of the

respondents answered “Yes” and 27 out of 40 or 67.5% of the respondents answered

“No” as their answer.


specially when its related to their specialize subjects. There are plenty of negative effects of not
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having a personal computer and most of the information technology students on Iligan Computer

Institute (ICI) don’t have personal computer.

Recommendation

Base on the conclusion drawn, the following are the recommendations.

1.) The specialized teacher must consider that most of the students can’t submit the

activities in just a short period of time specially when it is a big project. They must give

enough time base on the activity and skills of the students.

2.) For those students who doesn’t have personal computer must have a double

attention on the given task so that they can easily catch up and make their activities on

time.

3.) For the future researchers, who will have the advantage to continue this study

and to make this as one of their resources in making their research. They have the benefit

to continue what the present researchers had started.


38CONTENTS
TABLE OF

TITLE PAGE i

DEDICATION ii

TABLE OF CONTENTS iii

CHAPTER 1 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1.1 Statement of the Problem 3

1.2 Hypothesis 4

1.3 Scope and Delimitation 5

1.4 Significance of the Study 5

1.5 Definition of Terms 6

CHAPTER 2 8

Review of Related Literature and Studies 8

2.1 Related Literature 8

2.2 Related Studies 13

2.3 Conceptual Framework 16

2.4 Theoretical Framework 18

CHAPTER 3 21

Research Methodology 21

3.1 Research Design 21


3.2 Research Instruments 21

3.3 Samples and Sampling Procedure 22

3.4 Data Gathering 22

3.5 Statistical Treatment 23

CHAPTER 4 24

Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data 24

4.1 Table 1. Distribution of frequency according to the 25

profile of the respondents (Age of respondents)

4.2 Table 2.For the gender of the respondents data 25

4.3 Table 3. Grades Specialized 5 25

4.4 Table 4. Grades for Specialized 6 26

4.5 Table 5. 27

CHAPTER 5 37

Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation 37

5.1 Introduction 37

5.2 Summary of the Research 37

5.3 Findings 37

5.4 Conclusion 37

5.5 Recommendation 38

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Letter to the Adviser

Dear Mr/ Mrs/ Ms.

Greetings!
The researchers are conducting a survey entitled The Effects of not having a Personal
Computer on the Academic Performance of Information Technology Students On Iligan Computer
Institute.
With this regards, we are asking for your permission and consideration for us to conduct a
survey to gather data that is needed in our study. Hoping for your kind and cooperation.
Thank you!

Truly yours,

Baculio, Karen Louise

Baliquig, Hazel May

Dela Cerna, Stephanie

Esconde, Justin Jay

Hingco, Vincent

Mataverde, Marvin

Pamplona, Lemuel

Sombreno Angelica

Noted Ms. Apple Lois

PR TEACHER
DEDICATION

We, the researchers would like to dedicate this work to our family, friends, co- classmates,

& co-students, we also thank Mr. Mark Caesar Ian Salas for guiding us in these research and to

our beloved teacher Ms. Princess Marie D. Olis for guiding and helping us to finish this study.

Thank you also to all advisers giving their permission to conduct our survey under his/her

advisory.

We also dedicate this dissertation to our many friends and co-researcher who have

supported this throughout the process. We researchers always appreciate all of this.

Most importantly, the last but not the least our key, inspiration co-seniors participants of

Grade 12 Information technology strand to their free expensive time to spend in answering the

following given question with truly perception about on their tracks.

We dedicate this and give special thanks to our god who have been our inspiration and

have been our best cheerleader.

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