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How Students Study The Least & Score The Highest!

An Infographic Showing how you score better by studying just few hours. Have a glance at these stats for yourself to believe what you’re hearing!

Stats show that in the year 1961, full time college students used to squeeze in 40 hours of study per week and by the year 2004, there had been a decline to 27 hours per week.

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We read numerous articles everyday making tall claims that students these days perform exceptionally well compared to how they used to,  three to four decades back and we’re lead to believe the facts we are given. Is this the real deal though?

MastersDegree.Net presents us with stats to prove the contrary. While we choose to believe that students have grown smart to achieve high grades with less hours spent on study, its’ been found that Universities have been involving themselves in artificial boosting of student grades over the past four decades! Unbelievable but true!
 
Stats show that in the year 1961, full time college students used to squeeze in 40 hours of study per week and by the year 2004, there had been a decline to 27 hours per week. In recent times, what’s astonishing is the fact that 1 in every 3 students expect B’s just for attending class  and 1 in 4 college presidents believes that the faculty grades too leniently. The exact reason why colleges are trying to make it easy for the students stands to be unknown, but have a glance at these stats for yourself to believe what you’re hearing! 

 

 
Infographic Credit: Mastersdegree.net
Image Credit: learn.yale-wrexham.net
 

 

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