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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 1076-1085


NON-INTELECTIVE PREDICTORS OF MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE OF THE FRESHMEN STUDENTS OF IICT IN ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-CAUAYAN CITY

Freddie R. Cabrera.

Abstract
This study was conducted to determine the non-intellective predictors of mathematics performance
of the freshmen students of the Institute of Information and Communication Technology of Isabela State
University, Cauayan City , Isabela for the School Year 2008-2009 in terms age, sex,type of high school attended,
type of place of residence,parentsí educational attainment, parents occupation and monthly income and attitudes
towards mathematics. The researcher made use of descriptive method through documentary analysis and
inferential method to determine the relationship of non-intellective factors to the mathematics performance of the
students. There were 194 freshmen students ofchosen through random sampling from the four programs of IICT
in BSCS, BSIT Ladderized ,BSIT and .The researcher used reliable tools and valid instruments to produce reliable
output namely: Students Registration Form, Entrance Test Form, and Mathematics Attitude Scale . Data
gatheredwere analyzed using frequency and percentage distribution, mean, Pearsonís Product Moment Correlation,
and t test. Findings showed that majority of the respondents were 17 years old 67.43% were female 88.76% were
graduated in public secondary school, 70.10% were living in rural areas, parents were undergraduate,
self-employed and their monthly income ranged from 3,000-6,000. final grade ranged from 2.75-3. Of the
non-intellective factors examined in this study, only the respondentsí type of residence showed correlation to the
Mathematics performance of the learners, hence, students whether they spent most of their lifes in urban or rural
areas effectively predicted their mathematics performance. The results imply that age, sex, type of high school
attended, parentsí educational attainment, parentsí occupation, parentsí monthly income and attitude towards
Mathematics do not play a significant role in the performance of learners in Mathematics.

Key words: Non-Intellective, Predictors, Performance, IICT, Mathematics, ISU Cauayan


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