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Chapter I

INTRODUCTION
Manual counting requires a
intent. The

physical ballots

physical

are read

ballot that

represents voter

and interpreted; then results are

individually tabulated. This method is used in Sweden for example, and


conducted as follows. The voter casts three ballots, one for each of the
three elections (national, regional, and local), and each in a sealed envelope.
The party and candidate names are pre-printed on the ballot, or the voter
can write them in on a blank ballot. When voting has finished, all
envelopes are opened on the counting table, for one election at a time.
Computerized

Voting.

(http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1273262)

electronic voting can seem to be an end-all solution to the problems


produced by the "chad-prone" punch-card ballots in the 2000 Florida
recount, as well as to the limitations and problems of other types of
ballots. Electronic voting offers advantages to both the voter and the polling
place in its efficiency, speed, and convenience. However, electronic voting
is prone to other types of problems that are inherent in computers
themselves. Votes can be greatly skewed in these computerized voting
machines by a plethora of factors such as glitches, hackers, viruses and
even by the voting machine makers who may be sympathetic to particular
political parties. In using these computerized voting systems nationally, the
votes of millions of Americans may be compromised. Still, these computer-

related problems can be fixed and the systems can be made more secure with
rigorous testing and evaluation by independent computer science experts. Many
changes

regarding security and reliability must be implemented to even consider


computerized

voting

systems

for

national

use.

(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vote_counting_system)

Background of the Study


In Casa Del Nio Jesus De Lucban, manual voting is also being done
when election for officers arrive. Printed paper with the listed names of the
candidates for election would be given to students wherein they will put a mark
on their preferred candidate for officer, then after, they will fold the paper and
place it in a box. When the voting hours ended, the so-called comelecs or the
trusted members of the organization will have the responsibility to count and tally
the number of votes per candidate manually. This process are time-consuming not
only for the voters but also for the comelec members. Another disadvantage is that
in any circumstances, manual-counting of votes may result in incorrect number of
vote counts and may be the reason of unsuccessful election.

The advantage of this voting system is it is simple to understand. It is fairly


quickly to count the votes and work out who won; meaning results can be
declared relatively quickly after the polls close and the advantages are
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representatives can get elected with small amounts of public support, as the size
of the winning margin is irrelevant: what matters is only that they get more votes
than other candidates.
The possible problems and or disadvantages of manual voting and the advantages
of computer-based voting stated above gave an idea to the researchers to conduct
the study. Through this computer-based voting system, the voting process will
become faster, easier and most of all, it will have a better accurate result.

Objectives
This study aims to develop a computer-based voting system for the
election of SSG in the school of Casa del Nino Jesus de Lucban especially, this
study aim to:
1. To develop a computer based system for the school.
2. To initialize and perform a mock election using the system
versus a manual voting.
3. To evaluate the level and acceptability of computer based
voting system in terms of:
a. Efficiency
b. Graphical User Interface
c. Reliability
d. Usability

Significance of the Study

This study have been helpful to study of Casa del Nino Jesus de Lucban in
facilitating an SSG election.
It is also benefit the school in terms of establishing a system for election
among other educational institution in the area.
It gives convenience to the study and especially to the facilitators in terms
of time consumption and hassles.

Scope and Limitation


Since SSG election in Casa Del Nio Jesus De Lucban was already
conducted, the study will make use of a mock election for high school department
of the said institution.

Definition of Terms
For the better understanding of this research, the following terms are
defined conceptually.
Automated automatic and/or computerized operation.
Vote give or register a vote.
COMELEC Commission on Election
SAES Smartmatic Auditable Election System
Computer an electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in
binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program.
Lottery Machine Machine used to draw the winning numbers for a lottery.
PCOS Precinct Count Optical Scan
Respondents Elementary and High school student voters.

Chapter II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

This review of the literature for this study focuses on produces of how to make
the voting faster in Casa Del Nino Jesus De Lucban.

Related Literature

Electronic Voting Machine


According

to

post

one

electronic

(http://english.tse.jus.br/electronic-voting/the-electronic-ballot-box-history)

voting
that

in 1985, there was an implementation of a computerized election database by the


Superior Electoral Court, while the electronic voting machine as conceived today
was only developed in 1995 and first used in municipal elections the following
year. But it was in 1989, in Brusque (SC), where Judge Carlos Prudencio held the
first voting experience with micro-computers.
In preparing the project of electronic voting machines in 1995, the TSE
has formed a technical committee led by researchers at the National Institute for
Space Research (INPE) and the Aerospace Technical Center (CTA) in Sao Jose
dos Campos, which defined a specification of functional requirements.
The first name of the electronic voting machine was collector of
electronic votes (CEV). The machine had the purpose of identifying alternatives
to automate the voting process and define the measures necessary for its
implementation, starting from the 1996 elections in over 50 municipalities.
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The equipment, responsible for 100 percent of the automation of the


elections, was then released in Brazil 1996 and today serves as a model for many
other countries that have tested the ability of the machine for the implementation
of their electoral processes.
In March 2009, the TSE received technology award for the contribution in
the development of electronic voting machines. The award was the result of a
partnership between the University of Sao Paulo (USP), the George Washington
University and the Business Software Alliance (BSA). The BSA is an
organization that brings together institutions and companies in the area of
information technology and promotes the event to highlight ideas that are
unprecedented in the world.

Automated Voting System


An

automated

voting

system

(http://www.freepatentsonline.com/5218528.html) that integrates the stages of


registering and certifying voters and collecting their votes. A computer-based
voter registration station accesses a database to verify that the voter is eligible to
vote. Vote entry stations provide a computer-based interactive graphic interface
for permitting the voter to enter votes. A vote entry controller activates and
monitors the vote entry stations to prevent unauthorized voting. Votes may be
collected at either the vote entry stations or at the vote entry controller to which
they are downloaded, which enhances security by providing a means to compare
votes collected at one point in the system with votes collected at another point.

Computer
A

computer

(http://searchwindowsserver.techtarget.com/definition/computer) is a device that


accepts information (in the form of digitalized data) and manipulates it for some
result based on a program or sequence of instructions on how the data is to be
processed. Complex computers also include the means for storing data (including
the program, which is also a form of data) for some necessary duration. A
program may be invariable and built into the computer (and called logic circuitry
as it on microprocessor) or different programs may be provided to the computer
(loaded into its storage and the started by an administrator or user). Today`s
computers have both kinds of programming.

Computer Programming
Computer

programming

(http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Computer_Programming) the craft of writing


useful, maintainable, and extensible source code which can be interpreted or
complied by a computing system to perform a meaningful task. Programming a
computer can be performed in one of numerous languages, ranging from a higherlever language to writing directly in low-level machine code (that is, code that
more directly controls the specifics of the computer`s hardware) all the way down
to writing microcode (which does directly control the electronics in the
computer).

XAMPP
XAMPP is free and open source platform web server soulution stac package,
consisting mainly of the Apache HTTP Server, MySQL database and interpreters
for script written in PHP and perl
Programming

XAMPP is a copilation of free software. It is compatible with windows,linux, mac


and solaris Its, also, free of charge and its free copy under the trems of he GNU
Public License. From version 1. 7. 4 Tombcat has been part of the basic package
and form version 1, 7,2 has been part of the basic package. There are add- on
package called BitNami for XAMPP that are able to install some popural
applications, easily, into your working XAMPP package such as wordpress,
joomla,drupal etc.

Data and
informatio
n
programm
ing
Database
Design

Software
developemen
t
Program
Interface
Design
Testing
Installation

Acceptability
of
Computerized
based voting
system in
terms of
Reliability
Usability
Efficiency
Security
Graphical
User

Figure 1: Input-Process-Output Model Illustrating the Computerized Base Voting


System
The figure shows the input-output (IPO) method used by the researcher in this
study wherein the input includes the information and data, programming language
and database design. The expected output is the acceptability of the Computerized
based voting system according to functionality reliability, operability, efficiency,
portability and graphical user interface.

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Chapter III

METHODOLOGY

Research Locale

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This study will use the developmental and quantitative types of research
wherein researchers will develop a computer-based voting system and its
acceptability and its been held in Casa del Nio Jesus de Lucban

Research Design and Instrument


The study was a correlation of developmental and quantitative research
that bought to product to predict outcomes of the computer-based voting system.
This research was conducted in Casa Del Nino Jesus de Lucban during the school
year 2015-2016. The researchers have been developed a system for computerbased voting for the SSG election in Casa Del Nino Jesus De Lucban. This study
have been developed set of questions to evaluate the efficiency to the system, to
be answer by the respondents.

Sources of Data
Twenty six percent (26%) of the population of every grade levels in the
study area was considered by the researchers due to lessen the number of students
to be excused from their respective classes. The computed population sample was
drawn randomly using draw lots. Their names was placed in a fish bowl and piece
and papers of their names written on it was drawn individually until the divided
number of respondents were drawn.

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Research Instrument
The researchers have been developed a system for computer-based voting
for the SSG election in Casa Del Nino Jesus De Lucban. This study have been
developed set of questions to evaluate the efficiency to the system, to be answer
by the respondents.

Data Gathering Procedure


The researchers used the following procedures in order to complete the
voting system for the school.
1. Consulting the research adviser, instructor and other concern people on
certain aspects of the study.
2. Gathering the information for the study various reference, textbooks,
unpublished thesis, internet, and other technical materials.
3. Preparing all the necessary tools and equipment.
4. Programming of the computerized voting on the computer.
5. Conduct a survey using a questionnaire to determine the acceptability
of the system being developed.

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Statistical Treatment
To determine the acceptability of the program, a four-point scale
used as it was used by (Asis, Garcia and Garin and their study (2013).
Scale

Code

Qualitative Description

1.00-1.75
1.76-2.50
2.51-3.25
3.26-4.00

HA
A
U
HU
Four-Point Scale

Highly Acceptable
Acceptable
Unacceptable
Highly Unacceptable

Table no.1

Weighted Mean Formula

WM=

4 f +3 f +2 f +1 f
N

WM - Weighted Mean
N - number of population
f - frequency

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Efficiency
4
1. Useful information is always available to 26

3
8

2
2

1
0

WM
3.67

everyone.

WM=

( 4 x 26 ) + ( 3 x 8 )+ ( 2 x 2 )+(1 x 0)
36

WM=

104+24 +4 +0
36

WM=

132
36

WM=3.67

Chapter IV

15

VI
HA

Table 2. Average weighted mean of Grade 7 Respondents for the acceptability of


Automated Voting system
AWM

Acceptability Variables

EFFICIENCY
1. Useful information is always available to everyone.
2. Anyone can have access to the website.
3. The website responds to the user commands quickly.
4. Website can handle all the data and information effectively.
5. Compatible for the physical and intellectual maturity of the
future users.
Graphical User Interface
1. The interface is simple and attractive.
2. The background color and design are appropriate.
3. The website font is legible.
4. Menus are properly organized.
5. The features are distinctively and clearly stated.
RELIABILITY
1. The website is dependable.
2. Latest information can be found in the website.
3. Genuineness of the developed website.
4. Validity of the website design.
5. Contents are organized and categorized.
USABILITY
1. The website can be managed easily.
2. The website can be used even if the user doesnt have technical
expertise.
3. The website is user friendly; the word links/icons can be easily
determined.
4. The program functions can be easily determined by the user.
5. The program can be navigated with ease by the user.
Median
Standard Deviation
Kurtosis
Skewness

Mn
(3.71)
SE
( 0.06)
Range
(3.094.00)

3.86 (HA)
3.55
4.00
3.82
4.00
3.91
3.58 (HA)
3.36
3.09
4.00
3.55
3.91
3.75 (HA)
3.82
3.36
4.00
3.64
3.91
3.67 (HA)
4.00
3.82
3.73
3.55
3.27

3.82
0.28
-0.44
-0.77

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Based from the data, there is a variation among the mean (3.71 0.06)
values from the median (3.82 0.06) as indicated in the value of the standard
deviation (0.28). The computed kurtosis of the weighted mean is -0.44 which
means that the values are having a relatively flat distribution. Meanwhile, the
skewness value is -0.77 which is considered left skewness of the data

Figure 2. Box Plot For the Average Weighted Means of Acceptability for the
Automated Voting System

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Table 3. Average weighted mean of Grade 8 Respondents for the acceptability of


Automated Voting system
AMW

Acceptability Variables

EFFICIENCY
1. Useful information is always available to everyone.
2. Anyone can have access to the website.
3. The website responds to the user commands quickly.
4. Website can handle all the data and information effectively.
5. Compatible for the physical and intellectual maturity of the
future users.
Graphical User Interface
1. The interface is simple and attractive.
2. The background color and design are appropriate.
3. The website font is legible.
4. Menus are properly organized.
5. The features are distinctively and clearly stated.
RELIABILITY
1. The website is dependable.
2. Latest information can be found in the website.
3. Genuineness of the developed website.
4. Validity of the website design.
5. Contents are organized and categorized.
USABILITY
1. The website can be managed easily.
2. The website can be used even if the user doesnt have technical
expertise.
3. The website is user friendly; the word links/icons can be easily
determined.
4. The program functions can be easily determined by the user.
5. The program can be navigated with ease by the user.
Median
Standard Deviation
Kurtosis
Skewness

Mn
(1.98)
SE
(0.06)
Range
(1.382.38)

1.85 (U)
2.00
1.88
1.75
1.75
1.88
1.93 (U)
2.13
1.63
2.25
1.63
2.00
2.05 (U)
1.88
2.38
1.63
2.13
2.25
2.08 (U)
2.38
2.13
2.13
2.38
1.38

2.00
0.29
-0.72
-0.30

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Based from the data, there is a variation among the mean (1.98 0.06)
values from the median (2.00 0.06) as indicated in the value of the standard
deviation (0.29). The computed kurtosis of the weighted mean is -0.72 which
means that the values are having a relatively flat distribution. Meanwhile, the
skewness value is -0.30 which is considered left skewness of the data.

Figure 2. Box Plot For the Average Weighted Means of Acceptability for the
Automated Voting System

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Table 4. Average weighted mean of Grade 9 Respondents for the acceptability of


Automated Voting system
AMW

Accetability Variables

EFFICIENCY
1. Useful information is always available to everyone.
2. Anyone can have access to the website.
3. The website responds to the user commands quickly.
4. Website can handle all the data and information effectively.
5. Compatible for the physical and intellectual maturity of the
future users.
Graphical User Interface
1. The interface is simple and attractive.
2. The background color and design are appropriate.
3. The website font is legible.
4. Menus are properly organized.
5. The features are distinctively and clearly stated.
RELIABILITY
1. The website is dependable.
2. Latest information can be found in the website.
3. Genuineness of the developed website.
4. Validity of the website design.
5. Contents are organized and categorized.
USABILITY
1. The website can be managed easily.
2. The website can be used even if the user doesnt have
technical expertise.
3. The website is user friendly; the word links/icons can be easily
determined.
4. The program functions can be easily determined by the user.
5. The program can be navigated with ease by the user.
Median
Standard Deviation
Kurtosis
Skewness

Mn
(2.22)
SE
( 0.08)
Range
(1.562.56)

2.36 (U)
2.44
1.78
2.44
2.56
2.56
1.87 (U)
1.56
1.67
2.11
2.44
1.56
2.22 (U)
2.44
2.00
2.11
2.00
2.56
2.42 (U)
2.56
2.44
2.44
2.44
2.22

2.44
0.35
-0.67
-0.85

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Based from the data, there is a variation among the mean (2.22 0.08)
values from the median (2.44 0.08) as indicated in the value of the standard
deviation (0.35). The computed kurtosis of the weighted mean is -0.67 which
means that the values are having a relatively flat distribution. Meanwhile, the
skewness value is -0.85 which is considered left skewness of the data

Figure 2. Box Plot For the Average Weighted Means of Acceptability for the
Automated Voting System

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Table 5. Average weighted mean of Grade 10 Respondents for the acceptability of


Automated Voting system
AMW

Accetability Variables

EFFICIENCY
1. Useful information is always available to everyone.
2. Anyone can have access to the website.
3. The website responds to the user commands quickly.
4. Website can handle all the data and information effectively.
5. Compatible for the physical and intellectual maturity of the
future users.
Graphical User Interface
1. The interface is simple and attractive.
2. The background color and design are appropriate.
3. The website font is legible.
4. Menus are properly organized.
5. The features are distinctively and clearly stated.
RELIABILITY
1. The website is dependable.
2. Latest information can be found in the website.
3. Genuineness of the developed website.
4. Validity of the website design.
5. Contents are organized and categorized.
USABILITY
1. The website can be managed easily.
2. The website can be used even if the user doesnt have
technical expertise.
3. The website is user friendly; the word links/icons can be
easily determined.
4. The program functions can be easily determined by the user.
5. The program can be navigated with ease by the user.
Median
Standard Deviation
Kurtosis
Skewness

Mn
(3.61)
SE
( 0.04)
Range
(3.383.88)

3.55 (HA)
3.38
3.75
3.75
3.50
3.38
3.63 (HA)
3.88
3.38
3.38
3.75
3.75
3.63 (HA)
3.75
3.50
3.75
3.50
3.63
3.63 (HA)
3.75
3.50
3.88
3.63
3.38

3.63
0.18
-1.51
-0.07

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Based from the data, there is a variation among the mean (3.61 0.04)
values from the median (3.63 0.04) as indicated in the value of the standard
deviation (0.18). The computed kurtosis of the weighted mean is -1.51 which
means that the values are having a relatively flat distribution. Meanwhile, the
skewness value is -0.07 which is considered right skewness of the data

Figure 2. Box Plot For the Average Weighted Means of Acceptability for the
Automated Voting System

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4.50
4.00
3.50
3.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
1.00
0.50
0.00

Grade 7

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Figure 3. Average Weighted Mean of Acceptability Variables of Respondents in Every

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Based on the Acceptability Variables of Automated Voting Machine, each of every


grade level has their own weighted mean. The Series Legend Entry Lines
represents the color of each Grade levels. Blue for Grade 7, Orange for Grade 8,
Gray for Grade 9, Yellow for Grade 10. On the left side is the Vertical Value Axis
starting from 0.00 to 4.50. And below of it is the Horizontal Category Axis where
the statements place starting from Ef1-Ef5, GUI1-GUI5, RE1-RE5, and US1US5.

Software Interface Design of COMPUTERIZED BASEDVOTING SYSTEM


Login Form

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This is the log in and sign up Interface of the computerized based voting system
where you can log in your account or sign up. But before you sign up the admin
must first recognized you.

The student information page of Computer based voting system.

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This page is admin access and where you can see the student information page of
the computer based voting system.

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Position Page

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This page is the place that access the admin to edit the candidates name and
position.

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Student Information Page

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This page is the part that contains the name, id number and the whole information
of the student or the voter.

Voters Page
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This is the page that has the information and the number of voters who voted.

Candidates
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This page contains all the pictures, name, grade and section and the position that
the candidates will run for.

Winner page
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This page is the page that has the power to collect all the information of the
winner in every position.

Admin account page


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This is the admin account. The page of the main operator of this system.

Dash board page

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This is the admin interface, the one that collects the information and percentage of
the candidates of every partylist.

Log-In page
36

This is the page that the admin will log in.

Grade Page
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This is the page of every grade that will give vote for every candidates

Chapter V
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

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This Chapter contains the summary, findings ,conclusion, and recommendations


for the Computerized Based Voting System.

SUMMARY
The school commelec is the one who is in charge for the school election
for SSG or student supreme government which is held every year and they have
the power to create the better future which may include manual voting, counting
of votes, recording and announcement the winner. The commelec in Casa Del
Nio Jesus De Lucban functions in it usual purpose; nevertheless, still associated
in paper transactions and record of the held election. The commelec arrange a
manual election and manual voting and manual counting of votes most f the
students use school official ballot to vote and most of the records for the election
is are piled up filing cabinets using much office space. A more convenient is
computerized base voting system why because of the technology now we can go
automated it can easily save time, money energy and effort. This research is made
to help the school have a more highly acceptable user friendly voting system by
creating Computerized Based Voting System. A lot of man power is needed when
you are making a manual voting and it takes a 28.44 minutes for voting and 39.39
minutes for counting the votes and realising the winner of election. If you are
using a Computer Based Voting System It reduces the man power and only takes
11:91 minutes to vote and count the winner. This will create an accessible and
non-time consuming of taking votes and counting of votes among the commelec.
Our respondents are school class officer.

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This study aims to present, develop, and determine, the Computerized Based
Voting System
1. To develop a computer base system for the school.
2. To utilize and perform a Mac election using the system.
3. To evaluate the level and acceptability of computer based
voting system in terms of:
a. Efficiency
b. Graphical User Interface
c. Reliability
d. Usability

Findings

Useful information is always available to everyone and it weighted mean


is 3.67 which is highly acceptable and that means that tha user is always guided
and updated Anyone can have access to the website the weighted mean is 3.56
and It is highly acceptable and everyone who use the web site have free all acces.
The website responds to the user commands quickly and the weighted mean is
3.69 which is highly acceptable and website is not slow and have fast commands.
Website can handle all the data and information effectively and the weighted
mean is 3.69 and highly acceptable. The website is not have a bug even if if the
server is full. Compatible for the physical and intellectual maturity of the future
users the weighted mean is 3.61 and its higly acceptable. Thats means that all of
the user and future user easily understand the website.

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Graphical User Interface

The interface is simple and attractive the weighted mean is 3.47 and that
means that is highly acceptable. The users like the simpleness of the website and
the design of the website. The background color and design are appropriate the
weighted mean is 3.25 and It is highly acceptable. The background of the website
is plane white and concept of simpleness and the design is simple but attract the
eyes of the user. The website font is Legible the weighted mean is the 3.64 and It
is highly acceptable. The website font is easily can see. The menus are properly
organized the weighted mean is 3.53 and It is highly acceptable. The user are not
confuse and understand the website. The features are distinctively and clearly
stated the mean of weighted mean is 3.56 and It is highly acceptable. The user like
the features and not confuse of the webpage.

Reliability

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The website is Dependable the weighted mean is 3.56 and highly


acceptable . The website is dependable and free to use everytime. Latest
Information can be found in the website. The weighted mean is 3.56 and
It is highly acceptable. The website is not delay and always updated for
the results of the election. Genuiness of the develop website the weighted
mean is 3.69 and It is highly acceptable. The User really understand the
website. Validity of the website design and the weighted mean is 3.39
and It is higky acceptable. The user see the website effectively and will
help the school. Contents are organized and categorized the weighted
mean is 3.75 and It is highly acceptable. The web site have a well
organized contents and categorized.

Usability
The website can be manage easily the weighted mean is 3.86 and It
is highly acceptable. The web site can manage easily by the user and not
be confuse. The website can be used eve if the user doesnt have technical
expertise the weighted mean is 3.56 and It is highly acceptable. The
website is user friendly because It only use basic keys and it can be easily
use by anyone. The website is user friendly; if the word link/icons can be
easily determiner the weighted mean is 3.69 and it is highly acceptable.
The word link and icon is easy to use and to understand. The program
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function can be determined by the user the weighted mean is 3.61 and it is
highly acceptable. The website program can determine by the user and
easy to understand. The program can be navigate ease by the user and the
weighted mean is 3.36 and its highly acceptable. The website program is
easy to locate if there some malfunction of the website.

Conclusion
Based on the findings, the following conclusions were drawn:
1. The researcher successfully develop a Computerized Based Voting
system for the school and known that it takes a just 11:29 minutes and
the manual voting takes 11:44 minutes and the counting takes 39:39
minutes.
2. The researcher successfully utilize and perform a Mac election using
the system and the result is the users or the testers are happy of the
website and content of the result.
3. The researchers evaluate the level and acceptability of the Computer
Based Voting System In terms of efficiency, graphical users interface,
realiability, and usability and the result is unexpected because its
Highly acceptable to the users or testers.

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Recommendations
In the light of the findings and conclusions, the following recommendation
are therefore offered:
1. Further improvement of the website design like the log-in page make it
more
Appealing to the users and Entertainment may also be added.
2. Hope it can also access the website in public site like computer shop
or a personal computer so we can stay updated even if we are out of
school.
3. Strengthen the website security for the school safe and clean election.
4. Improve the website background of the website so the testers can be
easily attract by design
5. Set a picture of the candidates when the users are voting the election.
6. We can recommend that it may be also used in the elementary
department.
7. Improve the graphical interface of the website.

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APPENDICES

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Name (Optional): ____________________________


Rate the following characteristics of Automated Based Voting System by
placing a check (/) mark on the column box with the following options; (4)
Highly acceptable, (3) Acceptable, (2) Unacceptable and (1) Highly
unacceptable.
STATEMENTS
EFFICIENCY
1.Useful information is always available to
everyone.
2. Anyone can have access to the website.
3. The website responds to the user commands
quickly.
4. Website can handle all the data and
information
effectively.
5. Compatible for the physical and intellectual
maturity of the future users.
Graphical User Interface
1. The interface is simple and attractive.
2. The background color and design are
appropriate.
3. The website font is legible.
4. Menus are properly organized.
5. The features are distinctively and clearly
stated.
RELIABILITY
1. The website is dependable.
2. Latest information can be found in the website .
3. Genuineness of the developed website.
4. Validity of the website design.
5. Contents are organized and categorized.
USABILITY
1. The website can be managed easily.
2. The website can be used even if the user
doesnt have technical expertise.
3. The website is user friendly; the word
links/icons can be easily determined.
4. The program functions can be easily
determined by the user.
5. The program can be navigated with ease by
the user.

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Signature

We are asking them to test our program and kindly evaluate it through
answering the questionnaire to determine the level of acceptability of the
software which we have prepared. Questionnaire for Class Officers.

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