Effectiveness of the Retention Policy

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ABSTRACT

Title:Effectiveness of the Retention Policy to selected Second Year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) students of the University of the East (UE), Manila for the first semester of academic year 2011-2012 Researchers:Ma. Gloria Santos Acosta

Kirby Jaye Folloso Borja
Dexter Luces Gamboa
Brandon Santos Grageda
Elfren Jumaday Torres

Subject:EN 113: Technical Writing and Research
Institution:University of the East
Year:2011
Adviser:Julius Cesar Rosales Pascual, MALT
The Problem:
This study will identify the effectiveness of the retention policy to selected Second Year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) students of the University of the East (UE), Manila for the first semester of academic year 2011-2012.

Research Methodology
The researcher made use of the descriptive method. It is a descriptive analysis of the Effectiveness of the Retention Policy. This study had for its subjects 100 Second Year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) students of the University of the East (UE), Manila for the first semester of academic year 2011-2012 The interviewers create interview and survey questionnaires that are to be answered by the students who are taking up BSA. After the construction of the interview and survey questionnaires, it was evaluated and validated by Mr. Julius Cesar R. Pascual. The interviewers will be the one to record the result of the survey and interview conducted. The total number of the chosen answer in every question in the survey will be arranged according to percentage from highest to lowest. The age, gender, and general weight average were taken from the respondents themselves during the survey and the interview. This study, being a descriptive research, made use of frequency tables and percentages for its statistical treatment. The formula is as following: Percentage (%) = frequency (number of responses) / total number of respondents *100

Findings
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