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CHAPTER 3 Research Method and Procedures This chapter presents the research method, population and sampling scheme, description of the respondents, research instrument, procedure ingathering data and statistical treatment of data. Research Method In this, the research utilized the descriptive method of research with the survey instrument and unstructured interviews as techniques in gathering data. This is the most appropriate method since according to Amante (2008); Calmorin (1996); Halpin (2004) and Best (2003), this method presents and provides systematic and factual information that is used to asses and evaluate conditions and variables being investigated. In this particular study, it attempt to asses the study skills and habits in the following aspects: Health Habits, Times Management, Attitude, Condition, Academic Stress, Goal Setting, Preparation and Follow-Up, Comprehension, Selecting Main Ideas, Use Resources, Exam Preparation, and Exam Writing.

Population and Sampling Scheme The Respondents of the study were selected from Criminology students in the Evening Sessions. Table 1. Shows the Population and Sampling Scheme Table 1 Population and Sampling Scheme by Section Section | Total Enrollees | Number of Respondents | Percentage | 1-C1 | 38 | 18 | 47% | 1-C2 | 35 | 27 | 77% | 1-C3 | 38 | 27 | 71% | 1-C5 | 27 | 9 | 33% | Total | 138 | 81 | 58% | As shown in the table, there are 18 or 47 percent from 1-C1; 27 or 77 percent in 1-C2; 27 or 71 percent in 1-C3; and 9 or 33 percent for 1-C5. As a Whole, there are 138 or 58 percent out of 81 respondents respectively.

Description of the Respondents The respondents involved in this study described as to gender, civil status and age group. Table 2 presents the percentage distribution of the respondents by gender, civil…...

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