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A STUDY ON THE BENEFITS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON STUDENTS OF ARELLANO UNIVERSITY – ANDRES BONIFACIO CAMPUS PAG-ASA ST., CANIOGAN, PASIG CITY SCHOOL YEAR 2015-2016 In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement in Business Statistics Submitted by: Lyza Antonio Maria Isabel Badilla Angelica Mae Dacasin Mhay Garcia Romalyn Llorente Winona April Lubiano Tammy Mann Christian Dean Mantaring Christian Kevin Robledo Meliza Joyce Tapat Valerie Terbio Submitted to: DR. RONIE B. BASINANG February 25, 2016

APPROVAL SHEET

ARELLANO UNIVERSITY
Andres Bonifacio Campus
Pag-asa St., Caniogan, Pasig city

MARIA PAZ A. MAGSALIN
Assistant Vice President
Arellano University Pasig City

Dear Ms. Magsalin,

Good Day! We, Group 1 of Math 3: Business Statistics under the supervision of Dr. Ronie B. Basinang, are presently conducting a research study entitled “The Study on the Benefits of Extracurricular activities on the students of Arellano University – Andres Bonifacio Campus”. Our study aims to determine the benefits of Extracurricular activities on the students of Arellano University, Pasig Campus.

We are appealing from your good office to grant us permission to conduct a series of survey to the college students in Arellano University, Pasig City. We are planning to conduct the survey on the 13th of January 2016.

Your cooperation will be a great help for the successful implementation of our study. More power and God bless!

Respectfully yours,

Lyza Antonio Maria Isabel Badilla Angelica Mae Dacasin Mhay Garcia Romalyn Llorente Winona April Lubiano Tammy Mann Christian Dean Mantaring Christian Kevin Robledo Meliza Joyce Tapat Valerie Terbio

Noted by: Approved by:

Dr. Ronie B. Basinang Ms. Maria Paz A. Magsalin
Instructor/ Research Adviser Assistant Vice President/Cluster Dean…...

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