Performance Level of the Skilled and Non – Skilled Automotive Students during Work Immersion

Rich Kent Ayos Pamittan, Mark Anthony Batara Pascual, Mark – Jhon R. Prestoza

Abstract


This research was conducted to assess/evaluate the performance level of skilled and nonskilled Grade 12 automotive students in Reina Mercedes Vocational and Industrial School. The study looked into the performance of Grade 12 Automotive student through evaluation with the used of administered self – made questionnaire that may lead to the determination of the strength and weakness of the student and to a certain areas improve, their quality as a student. The Quantitative-Comparative method will be used in this study to determine the Performance of grade 12 skilled and non-skilled automotive student in Reina Mercedes Vocational and Industrial School. The performance of non-skilled automotive student in the description of outstanding has a percentage of 50 with a frequency of 10 meanwhile in the description of very satisfactory has percentage 50 also and it has a frequency of 10 considering that non-skilled automotive student are not performing very well, it because there are some problems that they may encountered or beside of it, their knowledge is not enough.

Keywords: Reina Mercedes Vocational, Industrial School, demographic profile, respondents, etc.

 


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