When in college, you need productivity tips more than ever. Let’s be honest: Lack of productivity is a common issue, and even the brightest minds struggle to organize their day strategically enough to make the most of it, meet all their targets for the day, and maximize their productivity.
The idea of student productivity is not only about completing homework assignments and studying for exams, but it’s also about a healthy balance between academics, social life, extra-curricular activities, and personal relationship.
In this post, you’ll find the top seven most detailed productivity tips for students, with practical hacks on how to master them once and for all.
Last updated: October 2020
Top reasons why students plagiarize:
- Fear of failure.
- Lack of interest.
Academic plagiarism is the Achilles’ heel of most educators.
You try hard to develop your students’ critical thinking and writing skills, but they continue to attempt to copy texts and ideas from others, claiming them as own. It’s like a slap in your face or a kick in your… well, any part of your body, isn’t it?
Despite the devastating consequences of academic dishonesty and strong policies against it in most institutions, students don’t realize the problem.
Numbers speak volumes:
- 86% of students cheat in college.
- 54% believe it’s okay and even necessary to cheat to stay competitive.
- 76% copy others’ assignments word for word.
- 42% purchase papers from custom writing services.
Sounds unpromising, huh?
Last updated: April 2017
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