An analysis on the effects of extra curricular activities to the academic performance of College of Medical Radiation Technology student SY 2001-2002

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Extracurricular Activities, Academic Performance, College Students, Students, Radiologic Technology


This study used the descriptive method of research. The study involved randomly selected second and third year students who were actively involved in extra-curricular activities. Data was collected using a questionnaire to find out the involvement of the respondents according to their age, gender and year level. Academic grades of the students were obtained from the faculty. Percentage, frequency, mean, standard, deviation, coefficient of variation, t-test, F-test and Pearson’s r were used in data analysis. The following conclusions were formed: 1) Majority of the respondents were aged 18, 19, and 20 and in third year; 2) The respondents were involved to a moderate extent in extra-curricular activities; 3) The respondents had a satisfactory academic performance; 4) Age was not related to the involvement in the extra-curricular activities; 5) Age was not related to the academic performance of the respondents. Gender was related to the academic performance of the respondents; (6) There was no relationship between extra-curricular activities and academic performance of the respondents.

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