Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
study skills, academic performance, radiologic technology students
This study used a correlational research design using purposive sampling technique. A self-made questionnaire was used to determine the study skills of the respondents. The respondents’ grades were requested from the registrar in order to determine their academic performance. Mean, standard deviation, frequency, percentage, t-test for independent means, analysis of variance, and Pearson’s product- moment correlation coefficient were the statistical tools used in the study. Based on the results of the study, the following conclusions are drawn: 1) Majority of the respondents are female and first year; 2) Majority of the respondents have average study skills; 3) Majority of the respondents have satisfactory academic performance in professional courses. However, a large percentage still has GPAs of 80 and below despite the college’s retention policy; 4) The study skills of the respondents did not significantly vary in terms of their sex and year level; 5) The academic performance of the respondents did not significantly vary according to year level, but does vary according to sex, with female students performing better academically than male students; 6) The study skills are not significantly correlated to the academic performance of radiologic technology students.
Franze Jaycel P. Paderan, RRT, MAEd
Bautista, P. J. N., Cortes, J. D., Enriquez, P. L. P., Gallarte, D. D., Lee, J. P. E., & Sicat, J. R. G. (2019, May). Correlation between study skills and academic performance in the professional courses among radiologic technology students of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsrt/1/