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A study on the influence of social media usage on academic performance
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A study on the influence of social media usage on academic performance. The study highlights the usage of social media among undergraduates at Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe-Oghara, with a particular focus on the relationship between the time spent on social media and the time spent on studies. The study evaluated randomly selected students in the polytechnic using the questionnaire method of primary source of data collection. The data collected were analyzed using simple percentage, mean, charts analysis and the Z-test of equality of sample means. The result of the study indicated that 92% of the respondents utilize social media, they spend nothing less than 1 hour on social media daily, the major reason for utilizing social media among students is to chat and find friends (55%). The study also revealed that there is no significant relationship between the time students spend on their studies and on social media. The study also revealed that the time spend on social among students is not the same with their study time as more of their time is dedicated to the use of social media
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