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Abstract

This study entitled The Extent of the Factors that Affect the Academic Performance

of Nursing Student under the New BSN Curriculum (CMO 14) was conducted to determine

the profile of the nursing students in terms of age, gender and classifications of students in

GSDMSFI. Secondly, is to get the general average of the nursing students under the new

curriculum. Thirdly, to determine the mean responses of the respondents in the extent of

influence of the factors which includes study habits, time management, test anxiety,

emotional stress and physical exhaustion among nursing students under the new curriculum

of GSDMSFI.

A non-experimental descriptive survey design was used to obtain the needed data.

The researchers used the non-probability sampling design specifically the convenience

sampling design which uses the most readily available group of people. The 139 nursing

students were chosen to be the respondents of this study. The research was conducted at

GSDMSFI campus located at North Osmeña, Bulaong, General Santos City.

The researchers used a self made questionnaire validated by the experts to obtain

the data presented in this study. The profile in terms of age, gender and classification of the

respondents were gathered. Furthermore, the extent of the factors that affect the academic

performance of the respondents which includes study habits, time management, test

anxiety, emotional stress and physical exhaustion were describe as follows: 1-very low

extent, 2-low extent, 3-high extent, 4-very high extent. The statistical treatment used to
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interpret the collected data and to answer the statement of the problems one and two was

answered using frequency and percentage. While in statement of the problem number three

was answered using the weighted mean.

The findings of the study revealed that the profile of the respondents in terms of

age, majority of the respondents is 18 years old with the frequency of 54 or 38.85%. In

terms of gender, female dominates with the frequency of 98 or 70.50% and in terms of

classification most the students are regular with the frequency of 87 or 62.57%. With

reflect on the statement of problem number three regarding the extent of the influence of

the factors that affect the academic performance of nursing students under the new

curriculum (CMO 14), study habits and time management have a mean of 2.79 and 2.87.

The researchers concluded the study habits and time management has higher extent of

influence compared to test anxiety, emotional stress and physical exhaustion that affect

the academic performance of the nursing students of GSDMSFI under the new

curriculum (CMO14).