Date of Completion


Document Type


Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science


Effect of virtual learning, student satisfaction, quality of teaching, teacher’s feedback, students’ performance, environment limitations, students’ expectation, range of academic performance


The COVID-19 pandemic forced institutions to move from offline to online mode, forcing them to adopt modern technology. With the help of online teaching modes, students can attend classes anywhere and at any time. The goal of the study was to find out how satisfied students were with their academic performance on virtual learning from the College of Medical Laboratory Science at De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute for the academic year 2021–2022. The study is a descriptive type to fully interpret the data given by the respondents’ connection between their satisfaction and virtual learning. The participants were students enrolled in CMLS at DLSMHSI school year 2021–2022. Raosoft Sample Size Calculator was used to obtained a minimum of 159 respondents. Google forms was used to conduct the and was interpreted using

the One-Way ANOVA test. The results of the study showed that the measurement of assessment regarding the virtual learning experience of the respondents has no significance in terms of quality of teaching, feedback, students’ expectations, performance, and limitations, wherein the null hypothesis was not rejected. Moreover, the study can claim that virtual learning does not contribute to the satisfaction with their academic performance based on the CMLS at DLSMHSI. Additionally, the results of this study could give the administration a reason to get more involved with their students in terms of social and teaching presence in virtual learning so that the highest level of satisfaction can be reached.

First Advisor

Richard David Silvestre