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CHAPTER 3

SUMMARY, FINDINGS, CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION

SUMMARY

This study aimed to determine the relationship between the

relationship between the profile and the degree of skill of the Level $

BSN students as basis for the proposed time management skills

seminar.

Specifically, this study sought answers to the following questions:

1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of:

1.1 Age; and

1.2 Gender?

2. What is the degree of skill on time management of Level 4 BSN

students on:

1.1 Planning;

1.2 Organizing;

1.3 Controlling; and

1.4 Evaluating?
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3. Is there a relationship between the respondents’ age to their degree

of skill in time management?

4. Is there a relationship between respondents’ gender to their degree

of skill in time management?

5. Based on the findings of the study, what action plan may be

proposed?

This research utilized the descriptive-correlational design. The

descriptive-correlational design is a non-experimental study that

describes relationships among variables rather than to infer cause-

and-effect relationships. 299 questionnaires will be distributed to

selected level IV respondents. The questionnaire has two parts. The

first part contains the respondents’ profile. The second part contains

time management skills grouped according to category (planning,

organizing, controlling, and evaluating). Prior to answering the

questionnaires, brief and precise instructions are given. After the data

has been gathered the researchers tallied and totaled the results of the

degree of skill in time management by category (planning, organizing,

controlling, and evaluating). The data is then analyzed and

interpreted; the results of which will then be a basis for a proposed

time management seminar.


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FINDINGS

The following were the relevant findings drawn from the result of this

study:

Out from the Profile of Respondents, most of the students belong

to the age bracket of 20- 40 years old with 61.2%. Majority of the

respondents are female with 64%. In terms of Degree of Skill on Time

Management, with a grand mean of 3.17 the Level IV BSN students

are Moderately Skillful in Planning. With a grand mean of 3.11, the

Level IV BSN students are Moderately Skillful in Organizing. With a

grand mean of 2.87, the Level IV BSN students are Moderately Skillful

in Controlling. With a grand mean of 2.95, the Level IV BSN students

are Moderately Skillful in Evaluating. The chi square value of 27.09

suggests that there is no significant relationship between age and the

degree of time management skills of Level IV BSN students. The chi

square value of 6.87 suggests that there is no significant relationship

between gender and the degree of time management skills of Level IV

BSN students.
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CONCLUSION

Based on the findings of the study, the researchers conclude that

the degree of skill on time management of Level IV BSN students is

Moderately Skillful. There is no significant relationship between the

respondents’ profile and the degree of time management skills of the

Level IV BSN students of the University of Cebu-Banilad.

RECOMMENDATION

Based on the findings of the study, the following recommendations are

presented: Furthermore, the following recommendations are

formulated:

1. To implement time management skills enhancement seminar for

BSN Level IV students.

2. For future researchers, to consider some variables not included

in the study.
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Proposed Time Management Seminar

WHAT: Skill Enhancement Program for Time Management

HOW: This program is a 2-hour activity.

The BSN 4 students of UC Banilad will undergo a Time Management

Skill seminar for 3 hours facilitated by the group 2 of section L. The

students will be introduced with concepts on time management skills.

WHEN: The students will keep themselves posted for the preferred

schedules to be placed on the bulletin board outside the Level IV

Faculty Room

WHERE: University of Cebu-Banilad AVR 2

PURPOSE: The program aims to:

1. Stress out the importance of time management skills

2. Enhance the time management skills of the BSN 4 students

3. Introduce additional time management techniques.