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Part II Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research
This study focused on the relationship between reading competence in English and performance in technical skills among students in TESDA-Supervised Institutions. This study was limited to the students enrolled in the institutions under TESDA supervision and to provide information to the beneficiaries. A descriptive-correlational research design was employed. A researcher-made test on the reading competence in English had undergone validity and reliability testing through item analysis andfatcat:ywjn6iiwbrhrndcwcfzsndgohu