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Don’t Mix Social Media And Studies

Jul 21 '16 | By Maria Barnett | Views: 112 | Comments: 0

The time I can spend on social media in a day is more than enough of what I need to write my paper and complete it on time. Some students don’t see the negativity of social activities and in most cases they engage in them even when they are supposed to be working on class work and assignments.


It feels good to connect with friends remotely and privately, but the activities lead to procrastination. Procrastination will only affect you in college by limiting your focus on studies, which will ultimately affect your overall performance and your graduation grade. You might be lucky to be boosted by the assistance you may get from academic writing service providers, and the effort you will put in your final exams to achieve a good final grade for graduation. The negative effects of social media activities that are not handled in the right way don’t end there. The data =base stores everything you do and you may feel safe that you have deleted them on your devices so that no one can use them against you.


What you don’t know is that potential employers nowadays access such information to gauge your suitability for employment, and woe unto you if you are the vulgar type who post image tarnishing pictures.

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