Relationship Between Self-Concepts, Motivation, Study Habits and Learning Styles Effected Mechanical Engineering Pre-Board Examination

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CHAPTER 3
Research Methodology
This chapter focuses on the research methodology, research procedure and data collection of the study. This chapter also presents the description on how gathered data were interpreted and analyzed.
RESEARCH DESIGN This quantitative research applied the format of using a questionnaire. Data were collected to determine the correlation between the self-concept, motivation, study habits and learning style in pre-board exam of Mechanical Engineering students. The students involved are the learners who took the pre-board exam in Mechanical Engineering. Statistical tools are used to analyze the data and to find the significant relation of the variables.
RESEARCH LOCALE This study was conducted at the Technological Institute of the Philippines, Quezon City located at 938 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao,Quezon City. The respondents of this study were the graduating students from the Mechanical Engineering department.
SOURCE OF DATA
For the primary sources, four (4) survey questionnaires about self-concept, motivation, learning styles and study habits were used to gather the answers of the respondents.
For the secondary sources, books, articles and journals were used as references related to the topic for further enrichment of the study. Also, the researchers considered to browse the internet for more data gathering at the Technological Institute of the Philippines library.
The participants of this research are the seventy(70)graduating Mechanical Engineering students of Technological Institute of the Philippines. These students are selected because they are the characteristics that we needed in our studied like they are Mechanical and graduating students who took the pre-board exam last semester. The students also have their exam which is the pre-board exam. The result of the examination will be given by the department, which is one of the…...

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