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Acquaintance Party and Neophyte’s Night

Problem 3.1.1

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the type of activities chosen and implemented by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the acquaintance party and neophyte’s night.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | | |

|The type of activities chosen and implemented (Games, Contests, etc.) |

| |BSHM |BST | |

|Mean |2.584070796 |2 | |

|Variance |0.972900688 |0.818181818 | |

|Observations |226 |45 | |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | | |

|df |67 | | |

|t Stat |3.894957653 | | |

|P(T (2.00) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.1.2

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the way the activities are planned and organized by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the acquaintance party and neophyte’s night.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | | |

|The way the activities are planned and organized. | | |

| |BSHM |BST | |

|Mean |2.539823009 |1.844444444 | |

|Variance |0.933962635 |0.543434343 | |

|Observations |226 |45 | |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | | |

|df |77 | | |

|t Stat |5.461910392 | | |

|P(T (1.99) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.1.3

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the way the activities are implemented by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the acquaintance party and neophyte’s night.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | | |

|The way the activities are implemented. Are the activities properly coordinated? |

| |BSHM |BST | |

|Mean |2.5 |1.933333333 | |

|Variance |0.908888889 |0.518181818 | |

|Observations |226 |45 | |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | | |

|df |78 | | |

|t Stat |4.546185013 | | |

|P(T (1.99) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.1.4

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the dissemination of information and updates regarding activities and schedules by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the acquaintance party and neophyte’s night.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | | |

|The dissemination of information and updates regarding activities and schedule |

| |BSHM |BST | |

|Mean |2.460176991 |1.822222222 | |

|Variance |1.076184857 |0.604040404 | |

|Observations |226 |45 | |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | | |

|df |79 | | |

|t Stat |4.730785268 | | |

|P(T (1.99) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.1.5

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on their overall rating on the activity management of the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the acquaintance party and neophyte’s night.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | | |

|The over-all rating of the activity management of the SHTM Dept. Council during the above activity. |

| |BSHM |BST | |

|Mean |2.526548673 |2.133333333 | |

|Variance |1.121514258 |0.709090909 | |

|Observations |226 |45 | |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | | |

|Df |75 | | |

|t Stat |2.731714324 | | |

|P(T (1.99) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Intramurals and LitMus 2008

Problem 3.2.1

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the dissemination of information and updates regarding activities and schedules by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the Intramurals and LitMus 2008.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | |

|The dissemination of information and updates regarding activities and schedules. |

| |BSHM |BST |

|Mean |2.557522124 |2.066666667 |

|Variance |0.985565388 |0.790909091 |

|Observations |226 |45 |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | |

|df |68 | |

|t Stat |3.314120603 | |

|P(T (2.00) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.2.2

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the way the SHTM Department Council manage the Department are the same with the BST students during the Intramurals and LitMus 2008.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | |

|The way the SHTM Dept. Council managed the department during the Intramurals and LitMus 2008. |

| |BSHM |BST |

|Mean |2.548672566 |2.066666667 |

|Variance |1.022064897 |0.836363636 |

|Observations |226 |45 |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | |

|df |67 | |

|t Stat |3.170798476 | |

|P(T (2.00) 5. Conclusion: Reject H o There is sufficient evidence that there is a significant difference between the levels of satisfaction on the above problem of both degree courses.

Other Findings:

The ratings of BSHM students on the above problem are more varied and are more deviated from the mean of the distribution while the ratings of BST are more uniform.

Problem 3.2.3

The researchers want to know whether the levels of satisfaction of BSHM students on the way the contestants and competitors were chosen and trained by the SHTM Department Council are the same with the BST students during the Intramurals and LitMus 2008.

|t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances | |

|The way the contestants and competitors were chosen and trained. |

| |BSHM |BST |

|Mean |2.659292035 |2.422222222 |

|Variance |0.998957719 |0.885858586 |

|Observations |226 |45 |

|Hypothesized Mean Difference |0 | |

|df |65 | |

|t Stat |1.526913598 | |

|P(T