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    • Freshman Adjust to College Socially but Struggle Academically
      Lacey Bowman
    • About the Survey
      Survey: Freshmen Adjust to College Socially but Struggle Academically, Survey Finds
      Purpose of the survey: To see how students adjust to entering college
      Findings of 25,000 freshman at 109 colleges
    • What students were asked
      Academic Ability
      Study Skills
      Time Management Skills
    • Alternative Hypothesisone tailed
      Students study less in college.
      Students have poor time management in college
      Students think they have a less academic ability
    • Null Hypothesis
      Students study more in college.
      Students have better time management in college.
      Students think they have more academic ability.
    • Percentages
      Frequently Overwhelmed: 37.8%
      Lower Grades: 77%
      Getting to know Professors: 47.9%
      Felt Intimated by Professors: 31%
      Friendships: 84%
      Drank beer frequently or occasionally: 45.8% grew to 58.5%
      Six or more hours of partying: 26.5%
    • Percentages Continued
      Volunteer work: dropped from 88.5% to 62.9%
      Exercising six or more hours a week: dropped from 53% to 34%
    • General Academics 2009-2010
    • Time Management 2009-2010
    • Study Skills 2009-2010
    • Conclusion
      Drink more
      Study a little harder
      Less time volunteering
      Less time exercising