FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED STUDENTS FROM BROKEN FAMILY OF OLIVAREZ COLLEGE, PARANAQUE CITY: A BASIS FOR STRENGHTENING THE GUIDANCE PROGRAM Buagas, Joana Melevo, John Jeckel Nama, Marie Clerizz Nietes, Chinky Barbie Wong, Ivy Russell Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Dr. Milagros Gundran
This study was conducted to the selected first year college students who belong in a broken family at Olivarez College. The researchers chose 30 respondents to be utilized for this study. The researchers focused their inquiry to get more comprehensive and accurate information about their academic performance of the selected first year college students in Olivarez College, Parañaque City. 1. The following were the summary of the profile of the respondents 1.1 The studies showed that majority of the respondents were sixteeners with ten respondents or 33.3%. Nine respondents (30%) were 17 years old. Five respondents (16.67%) were 19 years old. Then three respondents were fifteeners. 1.2 The study showed that there is an equal number of male and female respondents. Each gender is represented by 15 respondents. 1.3 The study showed that 22 or 73.33% of the total respondents belong to to the families with monthly income between 15,000-20,000: followed by three respondents with 10,000-15,000 monthly income. Lastly, only 2 respondents (6.67%) have assured that their family income was between 5,000-10,000. 2. The following were the summary of the performance of students who belong to broken family during the first semester. 2.1 The study shows that majority of the students had grades between 77-79% with 8 respondents (26.67%). Then seven respondents (23.335) followed with grades of 7576%), third 6 respondents (20%) posted grades between 83-85%. Two respondents each got grades between 80-82% and 86-88%, respectively. Only 1 respondent for 89%. 3. The following were the summary of respondents according to family...
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