Date of Completion


Document Type

Capstone Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


online assessments


The COVID-19 virus has led people to stay at home to slow down its transmission. It has forced schools to move and continue education on the online setup despite the many challenges that come with it. This study aimed to determine the factors affecting the perceived performance on online assessments of the Grade 12 students of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute. Students were asked to accomplish a 5-point rating Likert scale that the researchers prepared. It contains questions on the study approach and the teachers’ instructional strategies and its effect on the students’ perceived performance on online assessment. Results showed that the factors could be arranged into three groups, namely Initiative and Attentiveness, which has a Highly Significant relationship with the Perceived Performance; Preparedness being Significant, and Participation, Mastery, Communication, Skills, and Materials, which showed No Significance. With regard to the students’ perceived performance on online assessments, results revealed that the respondents presented a very good perceived performance on online assessments. In contrast to the current study, it is recommended that future researchers look deeper into other variables and factors that may affect a students’ perceived performance on online assessments, and factor in the students’ scores for a certain subject’s assessments.

First Advisor

Lenard Charles Monsada