Early birds get less sleep, higher grades

Students who avoid early-morning classes get more sleep — and lower grades, concludes a study at St. Lawrence University. The late birds socialize more and drink more than other students. The early birds are a bit sleepier, but earn higher grades.

POSTED BY Joanne Jacobs ON September 17, 2011

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It makes sense that the students who are too tired to attend early morning classes don’t get the best grades. Those who push themselves to get up earlier are ambitious and I guess that, in this sense, the early bird really does catch the worm.

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