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How Many Hours Do College Students Study Per Day?

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The number of hours a college student needs to study per day can vary student to student and is dependent on the type of courses the student is studying. It is suggested that a college student spend two to three hours studying for each hour they are in class. Therefore, if a student is in class for two hours, they should spend between four to six hours studying for that class. Students who are enrolled full-time with at least fifteen credits can study between twenty-five and thirty hours a week.
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Its not how long, but how well you study. Study by "use cases" applying what you learned in class to something in the real world that you can relate to is highly efficient
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Many people feel the hours of study are the most important. However, students can study for hours on end and retain very little. The more appropriate question is, "how can students
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College students are almost always connected to facebook, while working and throughout the day. Anyone with the facebook app on their mobile device is pretty much always connected
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