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CHAPTER II

PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Graph 1, Students’ General Average

This graph shows the general average of grades of the students during the second grading. Most of the students have an average of 81-85.99. The range with the second highest percentage of students is 86-90.99 which goes to show that they are doing fine in their academics. Only a few though reached the average of 91-95.

Graph 2, Students with OFW Parents

This graph shows that most of the respondents don’t have OFW parents. It’s also shown that there are more students with fathers working abroad than mothers or both. Only very few have mothers working abroad.

Graph 3, How Often Students See Their Parents

This graph shows that most of the students always see their parents since they are not working abroad. The second biggest percentage of the students see their parents who work abroad thrice or more than thrice a year.Some also see their parents once or twice a year. The same percentage don’t see their parents every year.

Table 1, Overall Data
RESPONDENT | GRADES | HOW OFTEN THEY SEE EACH OTHER |
| OFW Mother | OFW Father | Both Parents OFW | Not OFW | |
1 | | | | 82.84 | Always |
2 | | | | 87.6 | Always |
3 | | 82.99 | | | Seldom |
4 | | | | 91.15 | Always |
5 | | | | 83.25 | Always |
6 | | 88.53 | | | Seldom |
7 | | | | 88.08 | Always |
8 | | 86.22 | | | Seldom |
9 | | | | 89.87 | Always |
10 | | 85.77 | | | Sometimes |
11 | | | | 90.25 | Always |
12 | | | | 86.65 | Always |
13 | | | | 86.72 | Always |
14 | | | 85.52 | | Seldom |
15 | | | | 88.47 | Always |
16 | | | | 92.28 | Always |
17 | | | | 79.21 | Always |
18 | | | | 81.07 | Always |
19 | | 85.14 | | | Seldom |
20 | | | 82.16…...

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