Title

Relationship of study skills and academic performance in radiographic positioning and radiographic procedures of student during first semester SY 2015-2016

Date of Completion

2016

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Academic Performance, Study Habits, Radiologic Technology Students

Abstract

The demographic variable gender was included in the study. A total of 163 students from the College of Medical Radiation Technology were chosen using purposive sampling. The correlational research method was used. An adapted questionnaire was distributed to the students who took radiographic positioning and radiologic procedures during the first semester SY 2015-2016. Statistical measurements used in the study are frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent mean, and Pearson Correlation Coefficient. Based from the findings, the following conclusions were drawn: 1) in terms of profile, most of the respondents are female who are taking radiographic positioning and radiologic procedures during the first semester of SY 2015-2016; 2) in terms of study skills, the respondents were very good in their textbook reading, note taking skills, memory skills, test preparation skills and concentration skills while respondents were good in their time management skills; 3) the respondents have very good academic performance in radiologic positioning and radiologic procedures during the first semester of SY 2015-2016; 4) the respondents have the same textbook reading skills, test preparation skills and concentration skills regardless of their gender. The respondents have different note taking skills, memory skills and time management skills according to their gender; 5) in terms of academic performance, the respondents in radiographic positioning and radiologic procedures during the first semester of SY 2015-2016 by gender, female has a higher academic performance than male; 6) textbook reading skills, note taking skills, test preparation skills, concentration skills and time management skills have no relationship with academic performance of the respondents in radiographic positioning and radiologic procedures while memory skills have a positive relationship.

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