LISTED BELOW ARE THE STUDENTS WHO GOT the highest scores in the Midterm Examination. Congratulations!
1. GAN, T. (33/36)
2. RUFON, Z. (32/36)
3. CANGSON, S. (32/36)
4. DOMINGUEZ, J. (32/36)
5. GODELUSAO, W. (31/36)
6. MANGA, J. (31/36)
7. ASTURIAS, C. (31/36)
8. FAMERO, C. 31/36)
9. FORCADAS, R. (31/36)
COPIES OF YOUR MANUSCRIPTS WITH COMMENTS are available at the Planning Office. Additional comments towards finalization of your thesis are posted below. Ensure each group has address the comments, suggestions/recommendations for the improvement of your research. If you want clarifications, you can directly approach the members of the panel to get a clearer feedback from them.
It is also expected that you have already started revising the proposal into a thesis format that conform with the Guidebook. In addition, for those who have not submitted their group's GANTT CHART (signed by the adviser) that reflects the progress in the conduct of the research, please submit it, otherwise your group will get an INCOMPLETE mark.
IN PARTICULAR, FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING GROUPS who were advised to change their topics, you are urgently required to submit your alternative proposals to be handed-over to the members of the panel. You have to discuss your proposal directly to them and get their approval - they have to write a note (with signature) that the proposal is APPROVED.
FINALLY, the general comments/suggestions towards finalization of the manuscripts: Follow the guidebook for the necessary pages (Approval sheets, table of contents, list of tables and figures, citation and list of references - reflect the website link where the publications were downloaded and other relevant formatting style of the thesis.
THERE WILL BE NO CLASS this coming Saturday, 12 October 2019, however each student will continue working on Chapter 2. Refer to the previous post, for those students who did not submit the first draft of Chapter 2, please submit your first draft hard copy this Saturday at the main gate guard.
For those who submitted their first draft, comments will be posted thru this website or Google Classroom. Again, please register and submit the e-file of your manuscripts. You can also start writing up your Chapter 1: Introduction.
GRAD EM200 Methods of Research: No class but you have to submit your Chapter 2 at the main gate guard
THERE WILL BE NO CLASS ON SATURDAY (10-5-2019) but for those who did not submit their first draft of Chapter 2: Review of Literature, you have to submit the hard copies at the main gate (guard). You can also submit the e-file thru the Google Classroom (Classwork link) as provided in the previous post. Please submit on time, otherwise you will experience difficulty in meeting the target for the submission of Chapters 1-3 and for the oral presentation in December. Note that you will not be allowed to have the oral presentation if you will not submit the complete manuscripts one week before the scheduled date of the oral presentation which will be announced very soon.
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE SUBMITTED their first drafts last week, please continue searching for additional reference materials particularly journal articles relevant to your topic. It is expected that at the end of October, Chapter 2 is already complete and at least a minimum of 5 journal articles (properly reviewed) and one (1) thesis/dissertation included in the review. A sample for the research proposal is available in the website for your reference, thus the submission of the manuscript is following the prescribed format/lay-out (cover, paging, spacing, list of references). I will try to send my comments thru Google Classroom link over the weekend.