A Reaserch Study on Accountancy Program Retention Policy and Survival Rate of Students in the Philippines

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1. There are no common problems among accountancy students on why they fail their accounting subjects.

2. Retention policy of an accountancy student is very important in order for them to become a Certified Public Accountant.

HYPOTHESES
INTRODUCTION
1. What are the common problems why accountancy students fail to pass their accounting subjects?

2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a retention policy?

3. What retention preparedness program is being used to help accounting students pass their major subjects?

Statement of the Problem
For student to strive harder to be able to know whether they are fit in the program or not.
For accounting instructors to know on what are the students’ perspective on having a retention policy.
For Administrators to have an idea on creating a program in the preparation/preparedness for retention policy to all accountancy students.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
These are some schools who also implement the Retention Policy among Accountancy Students:
Review Related Literature
The descriptive normative method of research was used with the questionnaire-checklist. Descriptive research, according to James P. Key of Oklahoma State University, obtains information concerning the current status of the phenomena to describe “what exists” with respect to variables or conditions in a situation which involves range from the survey which describes the status quo, the correlation study which investigates the relationship between variables to developmental studies.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
EFFECTIVENESS OF RETENTION POLICY AMONG ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS
What is Retention policy? set of guidelines in which a certain school follows a minimum grade for accountancy students in order for them to advance to the next level. it is like the…...

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