Problems encountered by the junior radiologic technology students during thesis writing
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
The descriptive method of research was employed in this study. It involved 95 junior radiologic technology students of De La Salle - Health Sciences Campus and they were chosen using stratified random sampling. An adapted questionnaire was employed to gather the needed data. This statistical treatments used were chi-square, frequency, mean, percentage, standard deviation and t-test of independent means. From the findings, the following conclusions were drawn: (1) Most of the respondents were male; (2) Most of them belonged to a family bracket whose monthly income of parents is over P30,000 but not more than P70,000; (3) In relation to choice of topic, development statistical test was the most problematic; (4) In relation to the adviser, consultation schedule was the most problematic; (5) In relation to library facilities and resources, availability of reference sources was the most problematic; (6) In relation to mechanics, forms and style in writing thesis and forms of documentation was the most problematic. In relation to colloquium, panel member was the most problematic.
Borbon, H. B.,
Toledo, R. B.
Problems encountered by the junior radiologic technology students during thesis writing.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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