Grading System Studies
The principle of humanism and egalitarianism has been the anchor of Philippine education. Over the decades, Filipinos considered education as the key to success, or roughly translated, the key to a stable Job and eventually to the elevation of their social status. The latter ensures that neither poverty nor difference in political creed and culture shall pose obstacles to the fulfillment of this basic need. The whole facet of the learning process shall ensure the provision of good quality and relevant ducation.
Such quality education shall be an instrument in the pursuit of the common good, peace and unity, environmental security and sustain growth and development. The ultimate aim of education is to develop in the learner the desirable knowledge and skills, values and attitudes. In that way, he can effectively use to alleviate poverty and improve the quality not only of his life, but also to his family, the community and the larger society.
In Philippine educational institutions, success is measured by the student’s cademic performance or how well a student meets standards set by the local government and the institution itself. [l] As career competitions grow even fiercer, the importance of students – specifically graduating students – doing well in their studies has caught the attention of parents, legislators and educational departments.
 A good academic performance, however, is not the only determinant of triumph in the working world. Non-academic factors also matter.
The aptitude, inclination and kills of the student should be taken into consideration, especially when they apply for college and choose their career paths. In knowing this, the countrys local government officials came up with the National Career Assessment Examination or According to the former Department of Education Secretary, Mr. Jesli A.
NCAE. Lapus, the NCAE mainly seeks to guide graduating students on what career path is fitted for them.  It is also aimed at determining the best-suited college courses for the examinees after graduation from high school.
When the NCAE was first ntroduced and took over the National Career Entrance Examination (NCEE) in 2006, it was mandatory for all graduating students of public high schools to take it but not for private schools. Now, even private schools are required to take the examination.
It has been three years since the NCAE was implemented but the answer on what is the relevancy of the NCAE to the academic performance of the graduating students still remains unsatisfactory to the researchers. In view of the foregoing, the researchers conducted an assessment on the significant correlation between the