Student Procrastination Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"Approximately 50% of high school students procrastinate consistently and problematically."

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Statistic 2

"Female students procrastinate less than males; 66.1% of females procrastinate, while 76.6% of males do."

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"86.3% of participants in a study of graduate students admitted to procrastinating on writing assignments."

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"Distracted students who frequently switch between tasks had procrastination scores that were 50% higher than those who did not."

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"Time of day affects students’ tendency to procrastinate; 88% of students said they were more likely to procrastinate during the night than the day."

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"Procrastination among undergraduate students leads to a 2.2% lower GPA on average."

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"International students tend to procrastinate less compared to their local peers."

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"89.8% of undergraduate students admitted to procrastinating on their course assignments."

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"Worse physical health was found in 25% of students who frequently procrastinated on their academic tasks."

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Statistic 10

"First-year students on academic probation were found to procrastinate more than students in good academic standing."

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"53% of graduate students who participated in a study reported that they procrastinated on their thesis or dissertation."

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Statistic 12

"Social media procrastination affects as many as 86% of university students."

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