Procrastination Article

I found an interesting article on procrastination. I am sharing just one part of it with you.

If you’re a middle or high school teacher, it’s likely that you have procrastinators in your class—students who consistently wait until the last minute to turn in their assignments, or put off studying until the night before a test. This delaying has a cost: A 2015 study found that the longer business school students waited to turn in an assignment, the worse their grades were, with last-minute hand-ins costing them five percentage points on average, or half a grade. And a 2015 meta-analysis confirmed this result, finding that procrastination was associated with lower grades across 33 studies that included over 38,000 students (most of whom were in college). Even worse, medical research has linked procrastination to higher levels of stress, depression, anxiety, and fatigue.

Terada, Youki. “3 Reasons Students Procrastinate—and How to Help Them Stop.” Edutopia, 2020,

Don’t delay on your work. Stay on top of all assignments and readings.