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Questions: 1. For you what does it mean to be a scholar?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Greatest achivement, syempre parang hindi lahat nagiging scholar gumbaga yun. Tsaka nakakatulong sa parents tsaka nakak-boost ng self confidence.
Marielle Año - BSIE
For me, ano yung pagiging scholar parang ano siya syempre achievement siya para sakin at kahit kanino naman achievement siya tsaka parang ano, way ko na rin siya of saying ‘thankyou’ sa parents ko.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Para sakin naman yung pagiging scholar, yun para lang din makatulong yun don sa parents ko financially and then parang yung achievement mo na mataas yung grade mo sa sem na yun.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Being a scholar is a Blessing. Blessing kasi ano, Discounted ka. 2. How does it affect you emotionally? Physically? Mentally? Spiritually?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Emotionally, ano lang parang minsan pag stressed na stressed na ako, napapaiyak nalang ako. Physically, yon. Ano den, parang.. kasi diba pag stressed ka parang affected nadin yung pag-kain mo, ayun namayat ako. Mentally, parang masakit kasi sa utak kasi lahat kailangan mo ireview kasi kailangan mo umabot sa GPA na ganun, spiritually naman nadagdagan ba yung faith kay God kasi syempre parang isa yun sa mga blessing niya. Socially, wala naman kasi most ng mga friends ko scholar din, kaya parang pare-parehas din kaming interested.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Emotionally, siguro minsan nakaka-stress lalo na kapag alam mong may kailangan kang imaintain, andun na yung expectation ng parents mo, syempre may time naman talaga na naiistress ka nalang talaga. Physically, nakakapagod, nakakapagod siya kasi syempre aral nang aral ganyan tapos minsan may mga activities isinasantabi ko para lang akapag aral ka ganon. Mentally, nakakastress kasi officer din kami pareho parang minsan di mo na alam kung ano yung dapat mong unahin, di mo alam kung ano yung dapat mong tapusin hanggang sa nakakalimutan mo na. Spiritually syempre ano, parang mas mapapalapit ka kay Lord diba kung may achievement ka na gustong abutin, may gusto kang abutin na goal pala. Tapos parang mas lalong titibay yung tiwala mo sakanya kasi alam mong lagi siyang nanjan dahil naaachieve mo yung gusto mo. Socially, ayos lang naman kasi nakakasama parin naman yung mga friends namin. Wala namang nagbago.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Emotionally, parang ano lang stressed kasi hindi naman ako parang nirerequire ng mga parents ko na dapat scholar ka ngayon. Hindi naman nila ako pinupwersa na dapat maging scholar ka. Sakin, nakakapgod din (Physically) eh kasi aral ka nang aral tapos yung ibang parang gala mo di matutuloy kasi parang required kang mag-aral. Yung mga documentation para dun sa Org niyo tapos yung mga projects niyo pa sa mga subjects niyo. Sakin, spiritually syempre mag-a-ask ka ng guidance para matapos mo yung documentation, mga quiz niyo sana mataas mga ganon,guidance sa pag-aaral.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Nap-pressure. Kasi kailangan ma-maintain mo yung grades na required para makakuha ka ng scholarship. Physically, stressed. Mentally stressed, physically stressed. Spiritually stressed. Socially, ano. Ako kasi, I’m the type of person na ano, gusto ko ako lang. Ako lang yung nag-aaral ganon. Ayoko ng ginugulo ako. Tas yung course ko pa kasi eh AB Comm, ang gul kasi ng mga tao sa AB Comm kaya ayon, socially ayon gusto ko ako lang kasi mas nakakapag concentrate ako pag mag-isa lang. 3. Did it affect your relationship with your family?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Hindi naman, natuwa pa nga sila kasi syempre malaking kabawasan sa gastos.
Marielle Año - BSIE
For me, ano yung pagiging scholar parang ano siya syempre achievement siya para sakin at kahit kanino naman achievement siya tsaka parang ano, way ko na rin siya of saying ‘thankyou’ sa parents ko. Sakin, syempre naka-affect din yun in a better way naman na tumaas yung tiwala nila sakin yung ganon. Tapos, nakaktulong din ako sakanila financially so, naka-affect din siya sa relationship namin as a family.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Sakin hindi, kasi may time na hindi naman ako yung consistent na scholar ngayon, scholar nest sem parang ganun. Parang wala lang kung ano lang maabot mo parang makikipag compete ka nalang sa sarili mo na dapat mataas ako next sem parang di rin naman nila ako nirerequire.

Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Mejo, kasi gawa ni Liz (her sister). Eh kasi diba inaalagaan ko si liz, ayun. So kailangan ko ibalance yung time ko with my studies tsaka sa pag-aalaga ko sa kapatid ko. 4. How did it affect your usual routine before you were a scholar?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Ngayon, mas pressured ka kasi eh. Kailangan maabot mo yung minimeet mong grades. Kumbaga, madaming nagbago sa routines mo kasi kailangan mag a lot ka ng malaking time para sa pag-aaral.
Marielle Año - BSIE
For me, ano yung pagiging scholar parang ano siya syempre achievement siya para sakin at kahit kanino naman achievement siya tsaka parang ano, way ko na rin siya of saying ‘thankyou’ sa parents ko. Parang do your best lang tas bahala na kung ano yung maachieve mo. Hindi yung hard na hard.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Ako kasi, noon pa man nag-aaral lang ako pag may quiz hindi yung study study study kasi parang hindi naman masayas yung ganon. Ganun parin yung routine ko simula noon.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Way back highschool mejo sanay na din ako ng nappressure, na ang daming ginagawa ganun so somehow di na din ako nababaguhan na ngayon eh scholar kasi dati kahit di pa naman din scholar eh ang dami padin naman talagang ginagawa. 5. What are the advantages of being a scholar?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Malaking tipid sa tuition, lalo na dito. Ang laking tipid na miscellanuous nalang yung babayaran mo tapos syempre achievement para sa sarili mo tsaka na-pe-praise ka ng parents mo.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Ganon din.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Yung financially makakatulong ka sa parents mo, mababawasan yung tuition mo and then yung mga pros na mataas yung tingin sayo kasi nga scholar ka.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Discounted tapos yung perang nadiscount mo sayo lang. ibibili mo ng ganyan, ganto. Syempre merit na din yun sa parents mo cause they know their works are paid off through your efforts. 6. What are the disadvantages of being a scholar?
Answers:

Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Pressured, stressed tsaka lagi kang pagod.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Expectations tsaka pressure.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Sa mga prof, na parang oh diba mataas ka sa ganito, bat ngayon.. yung ganon
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Nag-eexpect yung mga tao sayo na dapat lagi kang tama ganon and syempre somehow as a person nappressure ka and you have to meet their expectations pero di naman talaga dapat ganun. 7. Is there a time in your scholar life that you need to choose between your peers and your studies?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Wala naman.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Siguro ano, very minor situation lang like kunware may gala, aral muna.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Basta, late yung uwian namin then magkakaiba kami ng way parang di kami makakasama sa ibang gala kaya yun nalang, aral.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
No. because I always choose my studies. 8. Did your scholarship helped your family in your financial status?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Yes, super.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Oo naman.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Yes.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Super!

9. What advice can you give to the students who aspire to be a scholar?
Answers:
Ahzel Marinas – BSTTM
Wag sa exam lang magrereview, magreview ka din pag kunware may quiz kayo, magreview ka, seatworks, assignments tsaka recitations. Kumbaga wag lang exam yung pinagtutuunan mo ng pansin.
Marielle Año - BSIE
Mahalin lang nila yung course nila, mahalin nila yung ginagawa nila kasi basta mahal mo yung ginagawa mo maibibigay mo talaga yung best mo.
Aira Cacananta - BSIE
Do your best and wag masyado mag expect kasi yung mga prof talaga minsan mataas magbigay minsan hindi. Ganon, wag lang mag expect tapos kung ano lang yung maabot maging thankful.
Rica Pamela Aguilar - ABComm
Proper time management. Tsaka kailangan dedicated ka kasi if you want something do something for you to achieve it.…...

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