Chapter 2 thesis.doc - CHAPTER 2 PRESENTATION ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter discusses the presentation analysis and interpretation of

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CHAPTER 2 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter discusses the presentation, analysis and interpretation of the study from the data gathered on the effects of lack of financial support to the academic performances of college students. The table 1 conveys the profile of the college student respondents with regards to their age, courses, gender and sources of financial support. Table 1.1 shows their age. N= 30 Age Frequency Percentage 17 1 3.33% 18 13 43.33% 19 8 26.67% 20 5 16.67% 21 1 3.33% 22 0 0 23 1 3.33% 24 1 3.33% Table 1.1 Ages of Respondents Given in the table above, students who are enrolled in college are aging from 17 above. In addition, the number of students aging 18 is 43.33% of the total number of respondents. This reveals that mostly of the respondents are enrolled in first year college. It implies that at a young age, these students are experiencing lack of financial
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support. This could mean that enrolling in college is costly and could result to lack of financial support. Table 1.2 shows the participant’s course. N=30 Course Frequency Percentage BSMT 8 26.67% BSMAR-E 9 30% BSHM 6 20% BPHED 6 20% BSED-English 1 3.33% Table 1.2 Courses of the Respondents The table above implies the mostly of the students who receives low financial support are from the course BSMAR-E and BSMT wherein 30% and 26.67% of the respondents are enrolled in respectively. The data implies that among the courses listed above, Maritime related courses are more expensive than the other courses offered by Cristal e- College. Table 1.3 presents the gender of the respondents Gender Frequency Percentage Male 18 60% Female 12 40% Table 1.3 Gender of the Respondents This shows that 60% of the respondents are male. In relation to the respondent’s courses, mostly enrolled in the maritime department in which they spend more expenses than others which will be presented on table 4. Male students suffers more
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