Title

Correlates of performance in the nurse's licensure examination among the graduates of College of Nursing and Midwifery of De La Salle Health Sciences Campus Batch 1998-2004

Date of Completion

2004

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Nurse Licensure Examination

Abstract

The study utilized descriptive correlational type of research. Respondents were 151 DLSHSC BSN students Batch 1998-2004 selected through purposive sampling technique. This study utilized the information sheet of High School Grade Weighted Average, College GPA and the result of Nurse’s Licensure Examination of the DLS BSN Batch 1998-2004. Consent to use the said data was requested from the Dean of CNM, University Registrar, respective adviser and the respondents. Data was analyzed through mean, relative frequency and Pearson’s r. The study concluded that, 1) Among the 151 respondents, majority of their High School GWA is 83-84%, College GPA is 85-86%, and Board Examination results is 78-80%; 2) The average mean level of performance of DLSHSC BSN graduates Batch 1998-2004 had a fair level of performance because most of their grades ranged 77-80; 3) There is a moderate relationship that exists between High School GWA and the performance in the nurse licensure examination of the DLSHSC BSN graduates in 1998-2004. A moderate relationship exists in correlating the College GPA with the performance in the nurse licensure examination of the DLSHSC BSN graduates in 1998-2004.

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