Very HighGROUP MEAN1.73HighTable 4.2 shows the weighted mean of the responses from the 175 out of the 188total respondents who answered that there are probable existence of effects brought by the K-12 program implementation according to the changes deemed as an advantage or disadvantage to future BS Accountancy students.As shown above, factors such as study habits, exam preparedness, focus or concentration on studies and passing rate in the BSA course are rated as having a Very High degree of influence with weighted means of 2.21, 2.68, 2.74 and 2.24 respectively. The factor lesson retention is rated as having a High degree of influence with the weighted mean of 1.91. Factors such as social life and mental health are rated as having a slight degree of influence with weighted means of 0.77 and 0.79 respectively.
And the factor emotional health is rated as having None or no degree of influence with aweighted mean of 0.49. The degree of influence of the factors rated above is rated as High with an average weighted mean of 1.73.TABLE 5TITLEOpinionsWeighted MeanDegree ofInfluenceThe subjects taught in college as part of the BSA curriculum must be changed.0.18NoneThe subjects taught in college as part of the BSA curriculum, before the changes, are adequate enough for a BSA student to be a globally competitive individual after graduation.1.84HighStudents after the changes had been made have higher chances of graduating in the BSAcourse.1.15ModerateStudents after the changes had been made have higher chances of passing the Board Examinations.1.34ModerateThere will be differences on the treatment between the graduates before and after the changes.1.29ModerateGROUP MEAN1.16Moderate
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