Effect of Electronic Gadgets to Students Studying Habits

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In the year where electronic gadgets are not yet invented like computers, students are not yet engage in activities using technologies. Students rely on books and visit library facilities to study, read their notes and review their school lessons. During those years, despite the lack of computers and hi-tech gadgets students still achieve high and good grades and the students are still focused on their studies. They strive hard just to attain higher and better grades in their education.

As years passed, industrial evolution occurred and great changes and improvements happened. One of these changes in the invention of the computer. Some people can’t afford to buy one for themselves or for their children. But for people who have enough money to buy themselves a computer, they are lucky because they can use the computer to do their home works and projects. Students who can’t afford to buy a computer just go to the library to read book, to do research work, and to make their school project. During the years when computers were first invented, people make use of computers to help them accomplish their works and to make their tasks lighter and fester.

Now in the present time, the age of modern technology, where almost everything is hi-tech, computer technologies has greatly improve and become better. These days, the computer technology industry is rapidly growing and changing. Along with that growth and change of computer are the people who almost instantly adapt to changes. The reason why computer technologies are invented is to help make people’s life easier and to improve their way of life, especially the students. Modern computer technologies make studying easier and fun to the students. Computers help students in their studies for students can start.

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The study seeks to find the effect of electronic gadget into students, particularly in their studying habits....
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