Tuesday, August 26, 2014

More Game Time Equals Lower Test Scores - Digits - WSJ

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"Elementary school students who answered that they never played video games on weekdays answered 77% of the questions correctly on a test of basic language skills, compared to a 70.5% score recorded by those who said they played two to three hours. Elementary students who said they spent more than four hours a day playing games scored the lowest, getting only 64% of the answers correct.

Similar patterns were observed on the math tests, according to the ministry."
More Game Time Equals Lower Test Scores - Digits - WSJ
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