Example of Hypothesis Essay

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CLASSROOM BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS OF FRESHMEN BSHRM
STUDENTS OF OLFU IN RELATION TO
LECTURE PERFORMANCE

Presented to the faculty of the College of
The Hospitality and Institutional Management and
The College of Arts and Science
Our Lady of Fatima University
Quezon City

In Partial Fulfillment of The requirements in
HRES 1 (Research Methodology)

By

Espejo, Avy Anne
Leyson, Elenor A
Nucup, Fernando Jr. L
Oliver, Joann M.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Foremost, the researchers would like to express their deepest gratitude to the Lord and savior Jesus Christ, who made this thing possible, to him to be glory and honor. The researchers wish to express their gratitude to their Professor, Dr. Enolita Faustino
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