1.) How often do you use your cell phone in a day?
2.) Do you load regularly?
3.) How does texting affect your study habits?
4.) Do you have any business that may caused you use cell phone regularly?
5.) Was there an instance that you had a failing grade because of texting too much?
6.) Are you a text addict? Why or why not?
7.) Are you texting during class hours?
8.) Have you tried cheating using text messages? In what way?
9.) How many text messages can you send in one class hour?
10.) How many messages do you receive and send in a day?
TEXT MESSAGING: ITS EFFECTS TO THE STUDY HABITS AMONG FIRST YEAR AND SECOND YEAR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS OF CAPITOL UNIVERSITY, SECOND SEMESTER, S.Y. 2012- 2013
Text messaging nowadays really matter. Everywhere, you can see people using their cellular phones. Most students have their own cell phones. They are using it for texting, most especially, for calling, and for others just for fun playing with their installed and downloaded applications and games. Texting like in any other form of writing takes time, and on a small keyboard like a cellular device, it can take even longer. Short message service (SMS) is a service available on most digital mobile phones that permits the sending of short messages (also known as text messages, or more colloquially texts or even txts) between mobile phones and other hand-held devices. SMS was originally designed as part of the GSM digital mobile phone standard, but is now available on a wide range of networks, including forthcoming3G networks. SMS is very popular in Europe, Asia and Australia, but is relatively less used in the United States. It is so popular that the term texting (used as a verb) refers to the act of cell phone users sending SMS text messages back and forth. It is particularly popular amongst young urbanites. Text messaging is more popular than voice messaging because it is cheaper than the...