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# Chapter IV

## PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

In this chapter presents the findings, analysis and interpretation of significant data

## gathered from the study.

The following tables show the frequency distribution and the percentage of the respondents.

## Table 4.1 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

According to Age

Age
Frequency Valid Percent

16-19 10 7.8

## Total 128 100.0

Mean=2.0390625

Table 4.1 shows the frequency distribution of the respondents according to age. Among the

students from AHS 5 or 3.9%. of the respondents whose ages are between 8-11.113 are aged

within the bracket 12-15 or 88.3%. And 10 of the respondents aged 16-19 or 7.8%.
Table 4.2 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

According to Gender

Female 62 48.4

## Total 128 100.0

Mean=1.484375

Table 4.2 shows the frequency distribution of the students according to their Gender.

Majority of the respondents are male which is 51.6 %, while the remaining 48.6 % are female.

Second 29 22.7

Middle 30 23.4

Youngest 24 18.8

## Total 128 100.0

Mean=2.257813

Table 4.3 shows the frequency distribution of the students according to their order of

birth. Among the students from AHS, 45 are first born or 35.2 %. 29 are second born or 22.7 %.

## Valid Farming 46 37.1

Professional 4 3.2

Others 74 59.7

## Total 124 100.0

Missing System 4

Total 128

Mean= 2.225806

Table 4.4 shows that 46 of the father of the student’s occupation is farming or 35.9 %.

## Four are professionals or 3.1%. And 74 are employed to other occupation.

Table 4.5 Frequency Distribution of Respondents According to Mother’s Occupation

## Valid Housekeeping 73 58.4

Professional 10 8.0

Other 42 33.6

## Total 125 100.0

Missing System 3

Total 128

Mean= 1.752

Table 4.5 shows that most of the student mother’s occupation is housekeeping or58.4 %.

## Table 4.6 Frequency Distribution of Respondents According to Family Monthly Income

Table 4.6 shows that 43 or 33.9 % of the respondents monthly family income is between

1000-4999 pesos. 28 of the respondent’s income are between 5000-9999 pesos or 22 %. There

are 18 respondents whose income is between 10000-14999 or 14.2%. 9 of them whose income is

## between 15000-19999 or 7.1%. 13 respondents whose income is between 20,000-24,999 pesos or

10.2%. And 16 of the respondent whose monthly income is 25,000 and above or 12.6 %.
Family Monthly

## Valid 1000-4999 43 33.9

5000-9999 28 22.0

10000-14999 18 14.2

15000-19999 9 7.1

20000-24999 13 10.2

## Total 127 100.0

Missing System 1

Total 128

Mean= 2.755906
Table 4.7 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

Number of

Two 32 25.2

Three 30 23.6

Four 21 16.5

Five 10 7.9

## Total 127 100.0

Missing System 1

Total 128

Mean= 3.007874

Table 4.7 shows the frequency distribution of the respondents according to Number of

Siblings. Among the Students of AHS, 22 or 17.3 % of the respondents are only child, 32 or

25.2% who are under the group with two siblings, 30 or 23.6 % are under the group with three

siblings, 21 or 16.5 % are under the group with four siblings, 10 or 7.9 % under the group with

five siblings, and 12 or 9.4 belongs to the group with six and above siblings.
Table 4.8 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 4.625

The table 4.8 shows that five of the respondents whose daily allowance is between 0-10

pesos or 3.9%, 13 whose daily allowance is between 11-20 pesos or 10.2%%, 15 whose daily

allowance is between 21-30 pesos or 11.7%, nine whose daily allowance is between 31-40 pesos

or 7%, 36 whose daily allowance is between 41-51 pesos or 28.1 %, and 50 whose daily

## allowance is 51 pesos and above or 39.1%.

Table 4.9 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## Valid 50m-1km 55 43.0

1.1 km -2 km 17 13.3

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 2.296875

Table 4.9 shows that 55 of the respondent whose distance from the school is 50m-1km or

43%, 17 who are 1.1km-2km away from the school 13.3 5, 19 whose 2.1 km-3.1 km away or

14.8 %, and 37 whose distance from the school is 3.1 km and above or 28.9 %.
Table 4.10 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in

English 1 .8

Ilocano 47 36.7

Itawis 1 .8

Ybanag 9 7.0

Othes 1 .8

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 2.648438

The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to Language Used.

Among the respondents from AHS, 57 or 44.5 of the respondents are using Tagalog. 1 or 8%

who use English, as well as those who use Itawis and Other Languages.47 or 36.7% who use

Ilocano. 9 or 7 % who use Gaddang, as well as those who use Ybanag. And 3 or 2.3 % who use

Table 4.11 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

According to Religion

Mormon 3 2.3

## Jehova's Witnesses 4 3.1

Others 3 2.3

Total
128 100.0

Mean = 1.5625

The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to Religion. Among

the respondents from AHS, 97 or 75.8 % are Roman Catholic, 10 or 7.8 % are Born Again, 11 or

8.6 % are Iglesiani Cristo, 3 or 2.3 % are Mormon, 4 or 3.1 % are Jehova’s witnesses, and 3 or

## 2.3 are belong to other Religion.

Table 4.12 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

No 23 21.7

## Total 106 100.0

Missing System 22

Total 128

Mean = 1.216981

The table shows the frequency distribution of the respondents according to Experienced

Communion. Among the respondents from AHS, 83 or 78% of the respondents who are Roman

## experienced communion yet.

Table 4.13 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

According to References

Reference

Available At

Magazine 15 11.7

Almanac 1 .8

Newspaper 2 1.6

Others 2 1.6

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 1.257813

The table shows the frequency distribution of the respondents according to the reference

available at home. Among the respondents from AHS, majority owns dictionary which is 84.4%.

15 or 11.7 % who owns Magazine. One or 8 % who owns Almanac. And 2 or 1.6 % who owns

## Newspaper, as well as who owns other types of reference.

Table 4.14 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## According to Internet connection at home

Internet Connection

No 93 72.7

Mean = 1.726563

## The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to availability of

internet connection at home. Among the respondents from AHS, 35 or 27.3% have internet

connection at home, while the other 93 or 72.7% do not have internet connection at home.

## Table 4.14 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to gadgets available

at home. Majority of the respondents have cellphone at home which is 101 or 78.9%. 20 or

15.6% who have desktop, and 7 or 5.5 % of the respondents have laptop.

Desktop 20 15.6

Laptop 7 5.5

Mean = 1.265625

## According to Internet connection at School

Internet Connection

No 5 3.9

Mean = 1.039063

## The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to availability of

internet connection at school. Among the respondents from AHS, 123 or 96.1 % have internet

connection at school, while the remaining 5 or 3.9% have no internet connection at school.
Table 4.16 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## According to Number of Computer units at School

Number Of

Computer Units At

Mean = 5

## The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to Number of

computer units at school. 128 or 100% of the respondents answered that the number of computer

## According to Subject with difficulties

Table shows the frequency distribution of the respondents according to subject with

difficulties. Among the respondents from AHS, more than half of the respondents have difficulty

in Math with the frequency of 68 or 53.1%. There are 26 or 20.3 % have difficulty in Science, 7

or 5.5% in Filipino, 15 or 117 % in AP, and the respondents that have difficulties in Economics,

MAPEH, and other subjects have the same frequency which is 4 or 3.1%.
SubjectWithDifficulties Frequency Valid Percent

## Valid Math 68 53.1

Science 26 20.3

Filipino 7 5.5

AralingPanlipunan 15 11.7

Economics 4 3.1

MAPEH 4 3.1

Others 4 3.1

## Total 128 100.0

Mean = 2.335938
Table 4.18 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## Valid Math 28 21.9

Science 22 17.2

Filipino 25 19.5

AralingPanlipunan 13 10.2

Economics 9 7.0

Others 21 16.4

8 10 7.8

## Total 128 100.0

Mean = 3.679688

The table shows the frequency distribution of respondents according to subject excel in.
Among the respondents from AHS, 28 or 21.9% of the respondents excel in Math, 22 or 17.2 %
in Science, 25 or 19.5 % in Filipino, 13 or 10.2 % in AP, 9 or 7% in Economics, and 21 or 16.4%
of the respondents excel in other subjects.
Table 4.19 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## GWA Frequency Valid Percent

Valid 96-100 1 .8

93-95 10 7.8

90-92 17 13.3

87-89 32 25.0

84-86 33 25.8

81-83 23 18.0

78-80 10 7.8

75-77 2 1.6

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 5.59375

The table shows that 1 or 0.8% of the respondents whose GWA is between 96-100, 10 or

7.8% with GWA between 93-95 same as with those whose GWA is between 78-80, 17 or 13.3%

whose GWA is between, 32 or 2% with GWA between 87-89, 33 or 25.8 % of the respondents

## of the respondents whose GWA is between 75-77.

Table 4.20 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

Number

3-4 28 21.9

5-6 12 9.4

## Total 128 100.0

Mean= 1.59375

The table shows that majority of the respondents whose number of absences is between

1and 2, 28 or 21.5 % whose number of absences are between 3and 4, 12 or 9.4 % whose number

of absences are between 5 and 6, and 8 or 6.2 % whose number of absences is from 7 and above.
Table 4.21 Frequency Distribution of Student-Respondents in Angadanan High School

## Subject Problem 2 1.8

Afraid to Teacher 1 .9

Bullied 3 2.7

Others 3 2.7

## Total 110 100.0

Missing System 18

Total 128

Mean = 1.3545

The table shows that 96 or 87.3 % of the respondents whose reason of absences is

because they are sick, 5 or 4.5 %who are absent because of financial problem, 2 or 1.8 % who

are absent because of subject problem, 1 or 2.7 % who is absent because he/she is afraid of

teacher, and 3 or 2.7 % who are absent because they are bullied, same as well as to those who are