Title

Correlation between technological advancement and academic performance of selected students in De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

1-2019

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

technological advancement, academic performance

Abstract

A correlational, quantitative kind of research methodology was used in the study. The study made use of a self-made questionnaire. Using purposive sampling particularly total population sampling, 74 regular undergraduate students from Batch 2021 from the courses BSN, BSB, BSPT and BSRT were selected. The following statistical treatments were used in the study: t-test, f-test, mean, standard deviation, percentage and Speaerman's Rank Order Correlation. The study concluded that, 1) Majority of the respondents were females, most of them were from Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry; 2) The respondents generally have technological advancement to a high extent; 3) The respondents severally have a good academic performance; 4) There is no significant difference in the technological advancement of the respondents when grouped according to sex, but there is a significant difference once grouped according to academic program; 5)There is no significant difference in the academic performance of the respondents when grouped according to sex, but there is a significant difference once grouped according to academic program; 6) There is no significant relationship between Technological Advancement and Academic Performance of the respondents.

First Advisor

Alely S. Reyes

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