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Table 1

Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents


According to their Year Level and Gender
Year
Level
2nd Year
3rd Year
4th Year
Total

Male
F
5
18
20
43

Female
%
4%
13%
15%
32%

f
23
42
27
92

Total
%
17%
31%
20%
68%

f
28
60
47
135

Table 2
Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents
According to their Year Level
Year Level

Total

2nd Year

F
28

%
21%

3rd Year

60

44%

4th Year

47

35%

Total

135

100%

Table 3
Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents
According to their Sex
Sex
Male
Female
Total

Total
f
44
91
135

%
33%
67%
100%

%
21%
44%
35%
100%

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Table 4
Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents
According to the Occupation of their Father
Occupation
Accountant
Farmer
Teacher
Businessman
Others
Total

Total
f
4
56
6
15
54
135

%
3%
42%
4%
11%
40%
100%

Table 5
Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents
According to the Occupation of their Mother
Occupation
Accountant
Housewife
Teacher
Businesswoman
Others
Total

Total
f
5
85
13
11
21
135

%
4%
63%
9%
8%
16%
100%

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Table 6
Factors that Influence BSAT Students from Pursuing BSA at
OLPC-C in terms of Parental Influence
Statements
1. My parents encourage me to
continue my study after graduating
BSAT.
2. My parents told me about the
benefits if I will continue my
study as BSA.
3. My parents are good role model
and they influence me to continue
my studies after graduating BSAT.
4. My parents are willing to
support me if I continue studying
BSA.
WEIGHTED MEAN

Mean

Total
Description

4.25

Strongly agree

4.07

Agree

4.29

Strongly agree

4.54

Strongly agree

4.29

Strongly agree

Table 7
Factors that Influence BSAT Students from Pursuing BSA at
OLPC-C in terms of Peer Influence
Mean

Total
Description

4.16

Agree

4.26

Strongly agree

3.98

Agree

4. Most of my friends are going to


continue BSA after studying BSAT.

4.07

Agree

WEIGHTED MEAN

4.12

Agree

Statements
1. My friends encourage me to
continue our study after graduating
BSAT
2. My friends told me the demand if
we continue our goals to become an
accountancy graduate.
3. My friends are willing to help
me if I continue my study as BSA.

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Table 8
Factors that Influence BSAT Students from Pursuing BSA at
OLPC-C in terms of Influence of Instructors
Total
Statements

Mean

Description

1.My instructors encourage me to


pursue BSA

4.03

Agree

2. I see my instructor now and I


thought Id like to be like them.

4.32

Strongly agree

3. Our instructors explain me the


advantages of pursuing BSA.

4.17

Agree

4. My instructor set examples of


people who continue BSA.

4.20

Strongly agree

5. I know my
compromise if
BSA because I
and competent

4.09

Agree

4.16

Agree

WEIGHTED MEAN

education would not be


I continue studying
would have reliable
CPA instructors

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Table 9
Factors that Influence BSAT Students from Pursuing BSA at
OLPC-C in terms of Self- Determination
Total
Statements

Mean

Description

1. It is really my dream to become a


CPA

4.60

Strongly agree

2. It is my personal choice to pursue


BSA.

4.37

Strongly agree

3. I do not want to work yet after


graduating so Id rather study
another year for BSA

4.02

Agree

4. It is the course that I chose


when I entered college and I want to
continue it.

4.25

Strongly agree

WEIGHTED MEAN

4.31

Strongly agree

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Table 10
Factors that Influence BSAT Students from Pursuing BSA at
OLPC-C in terms of Opportunities and Employability
Total
Statements

Mean

Description

1.The promise of greater


opportunities as a CPA influences me
in pursuing BSA.

4.53

Strongly agree

2. Id like to be a BSA graduate


because I will have more choices on
what field I am to practice as my
job.

4.47

Strongly agree

3. The chance of having higher


salary triggers me to pursue BSA.

4.39

Strongly agree

4. The probability of having higher


position in work keeps me motivated
to push BSA.

4.45

Strongly agree

WEIGHTED MEAN

4.46

Strongly agree

Table 11
Summary of the Factors that Influence Students from
pursue Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Total
Statements

Weighted
Mean

Description

1. Parental Influence

4.29

Strongly agree

2. Peer Influence

4.12

Agree

4.16

Agree

4.31

Strongly agree

4.46

Strongly agree

3. Influence of Instructor
4. Self Determination
5. Opportunity

Table 12

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Test of Significant Difference on the Perception of


Respondents on the Different Factors Using ANOVA When
Grouped According to Profile

Variable
Year Level

F
compute
d
Value
0.05

F Critical
Value

Sig.
Level

3.07

Decision

Interpretation

Accept

Not

Ho
Accept

significant
Not

Ho
Accept

significant
Not

Ho

significant

Accept

Not

Ho

significant

5%
Sex

0.28

1.50
5%

Mothers

1.12

1.85

Educational
Attainment
Fathers
Educational
Attainment

5%
0.84

1.85
5%

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Table 13
Chi-Square Analysis on the Relationship of Respondents
Decision to Pursue BSA and the Selected Profile

Variable
Year
Level

2nd Year
3rd Year
4th Year
Total

Sex

Male
Female
Total

Fathers
Occupati
on

Accountant
Farmer
Teacher
Businessm
an
Others
Total

Mothers
Occupati
on

Accountant
Housewife
Teacher
Businesswo
man

Others
Total

Decision
to Pursue
Yes

No

Tota
l

24
50
38
11
2
40
72
11
2
3
48
5
11
45

4
10
9
23

28
60
47
135

3
20
23

43
92
135

1
8
1
4
9

4
56
6
15
54

11
2
5
67
13
8
19

23

135

0
18
0
3
2

5
85
13
11
21

11
2

23

135

Critic
al
Valu
e

Sig.
Lev
el

0.30

5.99

5%

4.52

3.84

5%

D
f

1.47

6.38

9.49

9.49

Decisio
n

Interpreta
tion

Accept
Ho

Not
significant

Reject
Ho

Significant

Accept
Ho

Not
significant

Accept
Ho

Not
significant

5%

5%