HomeSulo: Journal of Student-Faculty Researchvol. 9 no. 1 (2007)

Factors Associated with Academic Performance of SBO Student Leaders in Capitol University

Roque Abella | Romelyn Apao | Grace Nacasabog | Rayhana Pangandaman | Jonathan Samorranos | Alexander Sarmiento | Grace Suminguit

Discipline: Education



Problem and Methodology

    The study examines the significant association between the personal, social organization-related factor, and environmental factors on the academic performance of SBO student leaders in Capitol University.  the descriptive method was used in this study.  A researcher-made questionnaire was used as the principal instrument in data gathering.

    The subjects of this study were the SBO student leaders of Capitol University.  Out of the 99 respondents, 40 were drawn.  Fish bowl technique was used as the sampling procedure.

    The data collected were treated with the simple percentage to describe the age, marital status and parents’ monthly income of the respondents.  The chi-square was used to test the significant association between the level of academic performance of SBO student leaders and the personal, school organization and environmental factors at the 0.05 level of significance.