Chapter 4: Presentation, Analysis, and Interpretation

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CHAPTER IV
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION

This chapter presents analysis of the data gathered and the interpretation of findings. Discussion on the findings of the profile of the respondents and the system assessment are also presented in this chapter. 1. Profile of the Respondents

1. Age
Table 3 shows the data of the respondents. Most of the respondents where students comprising of 56 or 42.74 percent whose ages ranged from 17-20 years old ranked first. This was followed by over 40 years old with 41 or 31.29 percent where the age from 21-30 years old with 17 or 12.97 percent. This was closely followed by 31-40 with 15 or 12.45 percent and last was ages 13-16 years old with 2 or 1.52 percent. The youngest respondent was 16 years old where the oldest is 61 years old. These findings indicate that the university populace were composes young students. Table 3 show the frequency and percentage of respondents as to age, gender, civil statue, educational attainment and social status

Table 3
Frequency and Percentage of Respondents as to Age,Gender,Civil Statue, Educational Attainment and Social Status

|Profile Variables |Frequency |Percentage |Rank | |Age | | | | |13 – 16 |2 |1.52 |5 | |17 – 20 |56 |42.74 |1 | |21 – 30 |17 |12.97 |3 | |31 – 40 |15 |11.45 |4 | |Over 40 |41 |31.29 |2 | |Total |131 |100.00 | | |Gender | | | | |Male |59 |45.03 |2 | |Female |72 |54.97 |1 | |Total |131 |100.00 | | |Civil Status | | | | |Single |75 |57.25 |1 | |Married |56 |42.75 |2 | |Widow/Widower |0 | | | |Separated |0 | | | |Total |131 |100.00 | | |Educational Attainment | | | | |Student |58 |44.27 |2 | |B.S. Graduate |18 |13.74 |3 | |MA Graduate/Units |52 |39.69 |1 | |Doctoral/Graduate/Units |3 |2.30 |4 | |Total |131 |100 | | |Social Economic Status...
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