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GAP ANALYSIS

What should be? What is Actual? What is the gap?

All Grade X- Einstein Half of the students has Half of the students was
students should have high high in Problem-Solving not really good in
in Problem-Solving skills. skills. problem-solving.

All Grade X- Einstein 52.94% of the students 47.06% of the students


should have 100% mastery have mastery in problem haven’t mastered in
in problem solving. solving. problem solving.

All Grade X- Einstein Half of the students has Half of the students are
should have high analysis high analysis in problem low in analysing problem
in problem solving. solving. solving.

As an education students of Naval State University, major in Mathematics for 4


years, we researchers has encountered a number of problems that needs an utmost
attention. Based on the data we’ve gathered, half of the students are not really good in
problem solving skills, 52.94% out of the total number of the students have mastered in
problem solving and half of the students are low in analysing problem solving.
Disregarding the gadgets in classroom, having an interest in the discussion, have an
advance study and practicing on solving the problem could help the students learning.

As we conduct this study, we could help the students to improve their problem
solving skills. We are really concern due to what we’ve found that half of the students
was not really good in problem solving skills.
GRADE X- EINSTEIN

STUDENTS NAME LONG QUIZ TOTAL PERCENTAGE


30/30 20/20 50 100%
1. Abueva, Jane Frances E. 29 12 41 82
2.Belo, Merry Christine M. 30 18 48 96
3.Cañete, Grace D. 15 14 29 58
4.Caratao, Hannah Grace C. 29 15 44 88
5.Castro, Lysan Jacel B. 29 14 43 86
6.Cardeta,Jea Denise P. 27 14 41 82
7.Dayaha, Kristianna Venise B. 30 14 44 88
8.Eucogco, Krisia Jones A. 25 15 40 80
9.Gayrama, Ella Mariecon M. 30 18 48 96
10.Guillena, Erica S. 30 17 47 94
11.Huang, Shao Ling M. 30 17 47 94
12.Icain, Mariannen Kenneth M. 28 14 42 84
13.Mesias, Jhelon B. 18 15 33 66
14.Palconit, Ila Mae Y. 30 17 47 94
15.Pecajas, Kimberly Ivy S. 20 16 36 72
16.Pecajas, Justine Q. 28 17 45 90
17.Poyos, Mycha S. 30 16 46 92
18.Quijano, Jessica Myka B. 28 18 46 92
19.Ralar, Gwyneth L. 30 18 46 92
20.Sabagkit, Jeoelie Ann. F. 29 15 44 88
21.Sabinay, Andrea Blair E. 30 17 47 94
22.Sabitsana, Margarita R. 30 18 48 96
23.Saludo, Francis Lea P. 24 18 42 84
24.Sambitan, Roselyn Q. 28 18 46 92
25.Villa, Mary Joy C. 30 18 48 96
26.Banico, Luke John Lester A. 30 15 45 90
27.Gumogao, Abdul Jail I. 29 14 43 86
28.Ligoyligoy, Jethorvie S. 20 14 34 68
29.Madeja, Christian Dave S. 30 17 47 94
30.Montes, Jheam Rein2 A. 30 16 46 92
31.Parilla, Godwin G. 30 12 42 84
32.Tillada, Patrick J. 30 18 48 96
33.Rostata, Christian Ray B. 30 16 46 92
34.Tonelete, Leandrei Van L 25 15 40 80
18/34= 52.94% of the students have mastery on the topic