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Table 1
Mean Scaled Ability Scores of High School Students for APSA SBA
Pre Test, SY 2014-2015

Grade 7

English
80.32

MSAS
Proficient

Science
71.79

Grade 8

77.40

73.10

Grade 9

80.00

Progressing
Towards Standards
Proficient

Year 4

80.26

Proficient

71.09

69.08

MSAS
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards

Math
69.21
68.70
69.24
70.14

MSAS
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards
Progressing
Towards Standards

Score Interpretation
Scaled Ability Score (SAS)
90 - 110
80 89
70 79
50 - 69

Qualitative Description
Highly Proficient
Proficient / Meets
Standards
Progressing Towards
Standards
Does not Met Standards

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


English Grade 7
Competencies / Item Description
context clue
identifying cause and effect
identifying sentence parts
author's purpose
drawing conclusion
identifying pronoun antecedent
using reference materials
inferring character trait
identifying verb type
identifying word being modified
noting details
identifying clauses
unlocking idioms
identifying sentence patterns
Synonym
identifying parts of speech
getting the main idea
identifying genre
identifying phrases
Abbreviation
identifying word connotation
analyzing plot

Mean Percentage of Incorrect


Responses
23.57
37
46.77
13
44.43
42
61.33
45.40
42
32
50.43
60.50
53
73.50
68.25
67.40
61.66
42
84
79
58
86

23 identified competencies
10 out of 23 competencies or 43 .47% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
12 out 23 competencies of 52.17% have the mean percentage of incorrect
responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


English Grade 8
Competencies / Item Description
Synonym
drawing conclusion
Inferring
identifying cause and effect
identifying word being modified
noting details
unlocking idioms
identifying sentence parts
giving plural form of nouns
getting the main idea
pronoun antecedent
identifying parts of speech
predicting outcome
identifying sentence type
context clue
author's purpose
using reference materials
analyzing plot
identifying phrases
identifying clauses
identifying denotation of words
identifying sentence structure

Mean Percentage of Incorrect


Responses
37.50
42.50
43.33
50.62
35
52.86
25
51.11
40
53.33
30
60
65
70
71.67
35
40
62.50
72.50
60
100
90

22 identified competencies
9 out of 22 competencies or 40 .91% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
13 out 22 competencies of 59.09% have the mean percentage of incorrect
responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


English Grade 9
Competencies / Item Description
Abbreviation
noting details
Idioms
context clues
Capitalization
character trait
life skills
author's purpose
parts of speech
Synonym
analyzing plot
Inferring
Genre
structural analysis
cause and effect
point of view
literacy device
reference source
sentence structure
book parts
word derivation
use of dictionary
getting the main idea
Punctuation
mood and tone
identifying theme
Sequencing
figurative language

Mean Percentage of Incorrect


Responses
32
22.40
48
50.40
20
45.33
20
44
57.14
44
47
48
52
54
68
40
58
36
63.33
54.66
48
58
58
68
68
60
64
64

28 identified learning competencies


13 out of 28 competencies or 46 .43% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
15 out 28 competencies of 53.57% have the mean percentage of incorrect
responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


English Year 4
Competencies / Item Description
noting details
getting the main idea
references sources
cause and effect
Inferring
Synonym
context clues
structural analysis
identifying word references
figurative language
character trait
mood and tone
Genre
point of view
analyzing plot
sentence type
literacy device
phrases and clauses
writing, method of development
identifying theme
writing, types of writing
author's purpose

Mean Percentage of Incorrect


Responses
37.86
58
44.33
21
41.28
28
48.50
58.75
33
49.40
38
47
56
47
65.67
70.67
65
63.50
76
68
91
15

22 identified learning competencies


12 out of 22 competencies or 54 .54% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
10 out 22 competencies of 45.46% have the mean percentage of incorrect
responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Science Grade 7
Competencies / Item Description

Mean Percentage of
Incorrect Responses

Identifies the cause of land formation


Identifies energy transfer from sun to
earth
Accounts for the occurrence of breezes
Explains the Greenhouse Effect
Identifies the different layers of the
atmosphere
Predicts the weather given a condition
Explain the influence of soil formation
Identifies interactions of winds in
monsoon
Identifies fossil fuel
Illustrates the destruction of ozone layer
Illustrates the position of earth with its
seasons
Identifies the causes of ITCZ formation
Communicates how solar and lunar eclipse
occur
Explain the relationship between predator
and prey
Predicts the effect of changes in biotic
factors
Describes relationships in an ecosystem
Differentiates plant and animal cells
Infers the relationship of organisms in an
ecosystem
Compares asexual and sexual
reproductions
Classifies biotic and abiotic
Illustrates the function of cells
Determines the factors in an ecosystem
Analyzes the competition of an organism
in an ecosystem

53
47
42
47
42
74
79
58
63
84
95
74
68
89
63
68
53
63
58
89
68
63
68

Predicts the effect of changes in an abiotic


factors
Identify the relationships of organisms in
an ecosystem
Infers the activity of a cell
Describes the interaction of organism in a
food chain
Predicts the effect of changes in an
ecosystem
Explains the characteristics of waves
Investigates the properties of nonmetal
Identifies the color of different wavelength
Infers the relationship of pitch, frequency,
and amplitude
Identifies the circuit protection from
overloading
Infers the relationship of frequency and
wavelength
Gather information using periodic table
Classifies elements and compounds
Explain the factors affecting solubility
Discusses the relationship of speed and
wavelength
Identifies basic solutions
Investigates different modes of heat
transfer
Interprets visual representation of motion
Identifies different types of solutions
Explains different modes of heat transfer
Interprets graphical representation
Defines transverse waves
Identifies the condition affecting pH
Prepares different concentrations of
mixtures
Recognize the concept of pH
Investigates the properties of acid
Classifies metal and nonmetals
Solve problem involving motion
Recognizes fair testing in investigatory
process
Determines the correct steps in

58
79
89
63
81
53
42
42
47
74
74
68
37
21
63
68
84
79
63
74
74
74
89
79
84
68
95
74
74
63

conducting experiment
Design different experimental setups
Recognizes the basis of making a
conclusion
Determines the dependent and
independent variables
Analyzes errors in the experimental design
Identifies variable in investigatory project
Makes an inference given observable data

84
79
79
89
68
58

60 identified learning competencies


9 out of 60 competencies or 15% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
51 out 60 competencies of 85% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

APSA Post Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Science Grade 8
Competencies / Item Description
Identifies the condition in the formation of
typhoons
Illustrates focus on earthquakes
Describes movements of earthquakes
Differentiate meteor and meteorite
Explain how waves penetrates the earths
interior
Explain earthquake waves
Explains the regular occurrence of meteor
shower
Explain how typhoon develop
Interprets storm signals
Compare comets and asteroids
Describe the characteristics of meteors

Mean Percentage of
Incorrect Responses
35
55
55
70
50
60
70
60
75
95
70

Identifies types of faults


Interprets Richter reading of earthquakes
Identifies healthful practices that affect
digestion
Identifies the components of biological structure
Identifies sequence of energy flow for cellular
activity
Determines the number of cells in different
division
Identifies classification of animals
Describe the process of reproduction
Traces the major biogeochemical cycles
Describes transfer of energy through the trophic
level
Classifies organism using taxonomic system
Identifies the active process of digestion
Analyzes the karyotype of organism
Analyzes the role of organism in biogeochemical
process
Describes the function of organs in digestive
system
Identifies ways of preserving the habitat
Explain how digested food is absorbed
Analyzes the organism in phylgenetic tree
Detect diseases of digestive system
Predicts the number of cells in different
divisions
Explains the material cycle in an ecosystem
Identifies the process in biogeochemical cycles
Compare mitosis and meiosis
Identifies organisms in biogeochemical cycles
Describe changes caused by organisms in the
environment
Identifies stages of cell division
Describe the process of mitosis
Differentiates oogenesis and spermatogenesis
Determines the number of chromosomes in
mitosis
Explains biodiversity of ecosystem
Explains the formation of precipitation
Explains how enzymes help in digesting food
Illustrates the effects of friction on a moving
body
Identifies the particles of matter

90
80
35
20
50
40
45
35
35
55
55
45
60
80
80
50
60
80
55
65
55
60
80
75
90
85
70
65
80
75
80
85
70
65

10

Infers the effect of force on a body


Relates power, work and time
Gathers information about the elements from
the periodic table
Explains the law of acceleration
Relates the law of motion in circular motion
Explains the physical changes in terms of
arrangement of particles
Computes the work done by a force
Infers the relationship between current and
charge
Determines the number of protons, neutrons
and electrons
Differentiate potential and kinetic energy
Explain the difference between parallel and
series connection
Explains how ions are formed
Derives conclusion on the effects of friction
Explains the function of electrical grounding
Investigates elastic constant of spring
Identifies a substance by its atomic structure
Analyzes the grouping of elements in the
periodic table
Explains the hierarchy of colors in relation to
energy
Predicts the chemical behavior of an element
using periodic table
Identifies the characteristic of motion
Infers that color is a manifestation of lights
wavelength
Describes the group of elements in the periodic
table
Investigates the amount of heat transferred
using fair testing
Describes the arrangement of the elements in
the periodic table
Explains the conditions necessary to change the
state of matter

40
60
60
80
65
55
75
75
40
80
60
70
85
75
80
60
65
70
60
75
65
80
85
50
70

70 identified learning competencies


10 out of 70 competencies or 14.29% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
60 out70 competencies of 87.71% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

11

APSA Post Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Science Grade 9
Competencies / Item Description
Determine the number of electrons in different
sublevels
Predict the movement of the particles at
different temperatures
Differentiate chemical and physical properties
Explain the arrangement of elements in the
periodic table
Determine the electronic configuration for a
given group
Differentiate interpretation from observation
Determine the number of significant figure
Identity the atomic particles in chemical reaction
Identify radiation technology
Infer the movement of gases using Grahams Law
Identify polyatomic ions
Determine covalent bonding
Identify an element given an electronic
configuration
Distinguish organic compound
Differentiate a conclusion from an observation
Distinguish element from a compound
Predict a chemical reaction
Identify concentrated solution
Determine the colligative properties of solution
Identify the process of separating mixtures
Distinguish movement gases
Predict solubility of a solution using Le Chatelier
Identify the product of combustion
Distinguish compounds forming covalent bonds
Identify colloid
Compute the mass given the density and volume
Interpret the electronic configuration of a given
element
Compute the volume given density and mass
Determine the number of atoms
Distinguish exothermic and endothermic
reactions
Formulate the steps in scientific method
Compute the weight of a solute given molality
Compute the atomic number of an element
Identify the relationships between chemical bond
and bond length

Mean Percentage of Incorrect


Responses
52
52
60
68
68
72
60
72
56
56
64
72
64
60
64
76
44
76
60
64
72
68
80
60
56
52
48
56
80
64
88
76
72
84

12
Identify a saturated solution
Compute the percentage by mass
Determine the molecular formula
Compute the density of an object
Illustrate the relationship between volume and
temperature
Arrange the reactivity of a metal
Identify single replacement reaction
Identify decomposition reaction
Identify a buffer solution
Illustrates exothermic reactions
Compare the states of matter in terms of particle
arrangement
Classify solutions in terms of pH
Describes a neutralization reaction
Distinguish a salt compound
Differentiate chemical and physical changes
Compute the percent error
Compute the number of moles given the weight
Identify isotopes
Categorize the properties of acid and base
Determine the oxidation number of a compound
Naming chemical formula
Recognize the action of catalyst in a reaction
Compute the volume of an ideal gas
Deduce the properties of an ideal gas
Differentiate a pole and non polar compound by
structures
Predict the relationships of temperature,
pressure and volume
Compute the weight of a compound given
number of moles
Interpret solubility of polar and non polar
compounds
Determine the normality of a solution
Identify electrolytes
Identify solubility of a liquids
Identify the limiting reactant
Compute the equivalent weight
Classify acidic and basic compounds
Compute the mass % of a solution
Infer the change of electrons in a redox reaction

70 identified learning competencies

68
72
92
92
68
96
64
68
92
86
60
80
80
72
76
72
76
60
84
80
80
84
72
80
64
72
84
68
72
80
88
80
92
68
72
84

13

2 out of 70 competencies or 2.86% have the mean percentage of


incorrect responses below 50%
68 out70 competencies of 97.14 % have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Science Year 4
Competencies / Item Description
Identifies how work is done
Identifies the proper units of measurement
Identifies the difference between mass and weight
Solves the radius if curvature using the focal length of he
spherical mirror
Defines power
Describes the properties of light as a wave
Define specific heat capacity
Describes the mathematical symbols of Newtons second law of
motion
Describes heat flow
Identifies the factor that influences objects in a vacuum
Defines conditions for acquiring positive charge
Describe Joules experiments
Describes friction
Identifies the differences among speed, velocity and
acceleration
Describe the importance of concepts of Law of Inertia
Defines electromagnetic waves
Solves resultant vector
Define specific heat capacity of a substance
Relates the concept of camera to a human eye
Calculating the time of fall of an object from a certain height
Describes the currents, resistance and voltages of series and
parallel circuits
Defines friction
Describe constructive interference
Describes elastic collision

Mean Percentage
of Incorrect
Responses
35
35
62
47
59
35
50
53
50
53
76
76
71
59
62
53
47
62
62
74
56
85
98
50

14
Defines the electrostatic attraction between two charged
particles
Defines the first law of motion
Solves the amount of heat absorbed by a melting ice
Defines the coefficient of friction
Total resistance of resistors arranged in parallel and series
Defines ohms law
Solves the elongation of the spring given the force constant
and the mass of the load
Relationship of electromotive force to the current and
resistance in a circuit
Relationship of the masses and the distance of separation to
the gravitational force
Defines the condition for equilibrium state
Describes projectile motion
Describes elastic collision
Describes the acceleration of a body using distance-time
graphs
Identifies the effects of changing gravitational acceleration to
the weight of the object
Identifies the implication of second law of thermodynamics
Knows the importance of Physics to men
Solves the change of temperature using potential energy of the
object
Defines radiation as heat transfer
Solves the amount of heat absorbed in melting and raising the
temperature of the ice
Describes static equilibrium
Describes the effect of changing the masses to the magnitude
of gravitational force
Solves the angle of banking using uniform circular motion
Describes the nature of image produced by a convex mirror
Explain the concept of density
Interprets the motion of the body using distance time graph
Describes diffraction
Identifies which wavelength possesses the lowest frequency
50 identified learning competencies

8 out of 50 competencies or 16% have the mean percentage of


incorrect responses below 50%
42 out 50 competencies of 84 % have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

65
74
76
71
71
53
56
62
88
76
79
82
59
65
53
71
76
68
88
59
76
71
82
59
94
82
74

15

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Math Grade 7
Competencies / Item Description
Solves problems involving numbers
Analyzes steps in simplifying expression
Converts non terminating decimal to fraction
Solves problem using Venn Diagram
Illustrates the law of exponents
Divides two fractions
Expresses number un scientific notation
Adds two fractions
Simplifies absolute value of a number
Performs operations of real numbers
Estimates the square root of a number
Analyzes the relationships among numbers
Locates number in a number line
Translates verbal to mathematical phrases
Simplifies operations of integers
Expresses number with significant figures
Evaluates expressions for given values
Solves problem involving length

Mean Percentage
of Incorrect
Responses
32
47
42
63
74
74
63
68
74
58
79
84
68
68
63
84
63
47

16
Solves problem involving age
Rearrange algebraic equations
Graphs the solution set of inequality
Determines the sum of polynomials
Simplifies algebraic expressions
Uses models the square of a binomial
Analyzes the steps in simplifying polynomials
Evaluates the product of polynomials
Solves problems involving speed
Evaluates algebraic equations
Finds the solution set of inequality
Finds the complement of a set
Evaluates the product of two binomials
Solves problems involving work
Identifies numerical coefficient
Solves algebraic equations
Solves problems involving numbers
Represents mathematical expression
Determines the degree of polynomials
Simplifies expressions with exponents
Translate verbal to mathematical phrases
Converts measurements from one unit to another
Solves problems involving area
Derives relationship among the sides of angles
Derives relationship of linear pairs
Illustrates location of segment in a plane
Determines the length of a segment
Solves problem involving supplementary angles
Identifies a reflex angle
Solves problems involving temperatures
Solves problems involving triangles
Illustrates a parallelogram
Identifies the major arc
Illustrates convex polygon
Evaluate average numbers

53
42
89
63
68
89
74
47
47
63
95
74
47
47
63
74
68
63
74
84
100
63
95
79
74
79
84
79
74
74
63
79
63
79
89

54 identified learning competencies

9 out of 54 competencies or 16.66% have the mean percentage of


incorrect responses below 50%
45 out 54 competencies of 83.33% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

17

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Math Grade 8
Competencies / Item Description
Find the least common denominator
Plots the position on the coordinate plane
Solves system of linear equation
Determines a function given a table of ordered pairs
Determines a linear equation given a graph
Describes domain and range function
Finds special products and factors of certain polynomials
Finds the solution set of a linear inequality
Graphs system of linear equations
Identifies errors in fractioning
Simplifies an algebraic expression
Finds a linear inequality given a graph
Solves problems involving rational expressions
Identifies dependent and independent variables
Characterizes the graph of a linear equation
Adds and subtracts rational expressions
Graphs systems of linear inequalities
Solves problems involving polynomials
Determines if a given relation is a function
Simplifies a linear equation
Determines an equation given a point and a slope
Finds the slope given an equation

Mean Percentage
of Incorrect
Responses
70
70
45
80
55
65
70
65
75
75
80
65
70
55
70
75
65
90
85
90
85
85

18
Solves problems involving systems of linear inequalities
Finds the slope of a line given two points
Recognizes special products and factors of polynomials
Simplifies rational expression
Simplifies algebraic expressions involving integral exponents
Identifies linear equations that are parallel
Describes the rectangular coordinate system
Multiplies and divide rational expression
Illustrates triangle congruence
Applies the theorems on triangle inequalities
Determines possible measure for the angles and side of
triangles
Proves properties of parallel lines cut by a transversal
Applies triangle congruence of perpendicular bisector
Identifies parallel lines
Determines a hypothesis in the conditional statement
Applies the postulate and theorems on triangle congruence
Identifies a postulate
Illustrates ASA and SSS congruence theorems
Illustrates the theorem on triangle inequalities
Finds the measure of angles and sides involving parallelogram
Distinguishes between inductive and deductive reasoning
Proves the conditions under which lines and segments are
perpendicular
Formulates the contrapositive of an implication
Determines the conditions that make a quadrilateral a
parallelogram
Makes a conclusion based on arguments
Solves simple problems involving probabilities of event
Discusses the probability of an event
Identifies a measure of variability
Describes the characteristics of standard deviation
Interprets data using central tendency
Interprets data using measure of variability
Solves problem involving fundamental counting principle
Interprets the meaning of probability of an event

80
90
90
85
75
65
85
90
95
40
65
65
55
65
45
75
70
55
80
70
70
85
80
95
75
85
65
55
70
65
85
85
70

56 identified learning competencies


2 out of 56 competencies or 3.57% h65ave the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
54 out 56 competencies of 94.42% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

19

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Math Grade 9
Competencies / Item Description
Writes expression with rational exponents radicals
Writes expressions with radicals as rational exponents
Identifies quadratic equations
Graphs quadratic equations
Simplifies radical expressions using the laws of radicals
Determines expression with rational exponents
Solves quadratic inequalities
Solves problems involving quadratic equations
Solves problems involving quadratic inequalities
Determines the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation
Solves problems involving variation
Proves the conditions for similarity of triangles 1) SAS 2) SSS 3)
AA 4) right triangle 5) special right triangle theorem
Illustrates similarity of figures
Solves equations involving radical expressions
Describes a proportion
Simplifies radical expressions using the laws of radicals
Finds trigonometric ratios of right triangles
Recognize and use proportional relationships of corresponding
angle bisectors, altitudes and medians of similar triangles
Illustrates laws of sines and cosines
Identifies quadrilateral that are parallelograms
Proves theorems on the different of parallelogram (rectangle,
rhombus, square)

Mean Percentage
of Incorrect
Responses
52
52
44
64
52
72
76
64
56
56
40
68
54
60
76
72
68
72
72
72
80

20
Translate into variation statement a relationship between two
quantities given by a mathematical equation and vice versa
Applies the fundamental theorems of proportionality to solve
problems involving proportions
Uses properties to find measures if angles, sides, and other
quantities involving parallelograms
Illustrates the six trigonometric ratios: sine, cosine, tangent,
secant, cosecant, and cotangent
Represents quadratic functions using graphs
Applies law of exponents to expressions involving zero and
negative and negative integral components
Illustrates law of sine and cosines
Illustrates angles of elevation and angles of depression
Determines the equation of a quadratic function given its graph
Uses trigonometric ratios to solve real-life problems involving
right triangles
Simplifies radical expressions using the laws of radicals
Proves the Pythagorean Theorem
Finds the trigonometric rations of special angles
Proves the condition for similarity of triangles: 1) SAS 2) SSS 3)
AA 4) right triangle 5) special right triangle theorems
Translates into variation statement a relationship between two
quantities given by a table of values
Determines the type of variation
Finds the trigonometric rations of right angles
Solves for the sum and product of the roots of a quadratic
equation
Solves problems involving quadratic equations and rational
quadratic equation
Solves problems that involve right triangles
Solves quadratic equations
Solve equations transformable to quadratic equations
Applies the midline theorem
Determines the condition that make a quadrilateral a
parallelogram
Solves problems involving radicals
Solves problems involving parallelograms, trapezoid and kites
Uses trigonometric ratios to solve real-life problems involving
right triangles
Performs operations on radical expression
Analyzes the effects of changing values of a, h and k in the
equation y= a(x-h)^2+k on its graph
Transforms y = ax^ 2+bx+c into the form y=a(x-h)^2+k
Simplifies expressions with rational exponents
Applies theorems on trapezoids and kites

53 identified learning competencies

72
68
68
60
84
72
60
72
76
84
80
100
72
92
92
72
64
88
80
72
72
88
80
72
84
72
84
92
92
92
76
96

21

1 out of 53 competencies or 1.89% h65ave the mean percentage of


incorrect responses below 50%
52 out 53 competencies of 98.11% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%

APSA Pre Test Percentage of Incorrect Responses


Math Year 4
Competencies / Item Description
Numbers Apply the operation of numbers
Geometry Solve problems involving secant line
Statistics Apply the fundamental principle of counting
Geometry Solve problem involving tangent line
Statistics Identify the properties negatively skewed distribution
Algebra Distinguish a function given sets of data
Geometry Solve problems involving inscribed lines
Numbers Simplify imaginary number
Trigonometry Find the expression of a sine function
Trigonometry find the amplitude of an equation
Statistics Solve the median of ungrouped data
Statistics Interpret scatter diagram
Trigonometry Identify trigonometric identity
Algebra apply mathematical modeling
Statistics Apply the fundamental principle of counting
Geometry Find the measure of the intercepted minor arc
Algebra solve problem involving logarithm
Trigonometry Identify trigonometric identity
Geometry Solve problem involving chord of circle
Statistics Apply permutation
Trigonometry Convert radian to degrees
Geometry Solve the area of inscribed circle

Mean Percentage
of Incorrect
Responses
18
62
68
65
59
21
74
82
82
71
50
65
65
65
62
59
79
71
68
71
74
79

22
Algebra Identify graph of a function
Statistics computation of percentile
Algebra Solve common logarithms
Algebra Identify the graph of a logarithmic function
Algebra Identify the graph of exponential function
Trigonometry Solve for the intercepted arc given a radius
Trigonometry determine a co-function if a trigonometric
function
Algebra divide polynomial expressions
Algebra transform exponential equations to logarithmic form
Trigonometry determine the period given a graph
Algebra identify the graph of polynomial function
Trigonometry find the exact value of sine given coordinates
Algebra Define the inverse of a function
Statistics Apply circular permutation
Statistics interpret data which involve standard deviation
Trigonometry Solve problem involving trigonometric function
Statistics Interpret data which involve median, variance,
standard deviation and range
Trigonometry find the frequency of a given equation
Trigonometry identify the properties of trigonometric functions
Statistics Apply combination
Numbers Apply the concept of divisibility
Trigonometry Locate the terminal side of a given angle
Algebra Formulate equations to solve problems

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46 identified learning competencies


5 out of 46 competencies or 10.87% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses below 50%
41 out 46 competencies of 89.13% have the mean percentage of
incorrect responses above 50%