From Daniel Je

January 7, 2019

What effects can phone screen time have on students? At first glance, it may seem harmless but when we decided to take a closer look, we found a strong correlation between too much phone time and lower grades.

With 95% of Americans owning a cell phone of some kind and actually 77% of them owning a smartphone (according to pewinternet), the topic of phone time and its potential effects comes into question.

So, we asked undergraduate university/college students what their daily phone screen time was the last 7 days and their current grade to see if there could be any correlation between them.

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Methodology

Our survey consisted of 875 undergraduate post-secondary students (1st-year students aged 17-19) from a number of US schools.

To keep the survey simple, respondents were asked what their daily phone screen time was the last 7 days and their current grade.

From the results, there were many findings, especially once we dug a little deeper into the data…SNIP

Read the full study findings here

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