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Juke Lab Preparatory School How does study time change from the first to third year of high school? Survey results of study time of those who passed the exam

[Juke Lab Preparatory School] How does study time change from the first to third year of high school? Survey results of study time of those who passed the exam

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Press release: April 1, 2024
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How does study time change from the first year of high school to the third year? Survey results of study time of those who passed the exam *Study time continues to increase on both weekdays and holidays as the school year progresses. Approximately 60% of high school students spend more than 3 hours* even on weekdays.
Juke Lab Preparatory School (location: Kita-ku, Osaka, CEO: Tomonori Goto) conducted a survey on study time during high school students among 1,074 students who were accepted into their first-choice university after taking the university entrance exam.

* ■Survey overview *
– Survey overview: Survey on study time of high school students who passed the exam
– Survey period: 2024/03/05 to 2024/03/12
– Survey method: Internet survey
– Valid answers: 1,074 men and women aged 19 to 25 who were accepted to their first-choice university

Weekday study time during high school for those who were accepted into their first choice university. When he entered his third year of high school, he went into serious mode.
Survey results regarding the average study time on weekdays during high school days
(n = 1,074 men and women aged 19-25 who were accepted into their first-choice university)
Study time 1st year high school 2nd year high school 3rd year high school Less than 1 hour 36.7% 30.6% 15.5%
1 hour 22.2% 20.5% 11.7%
2 hours 18.6% 19.8% 14.6%
3 hours 11.7% 14.1% 17.9%
4 hours 4.4% 4.7% 12.5%
5 hours 3.0% 4.6% 11.1%
6 hours 2.0% 2.5% 6.4%
7 hours 0.3% 1.6% 3.0%
8 hours 0.5% 0.7% 3.1%
9 hours 0.2% 0.5% 1.0%
10 hours 0.1% 0.0% 1.6%
11 hours or more 0.5% 0.4% 1.7%
The results of a survey of the average study time on weekdays among those who were accepted into their first-choice university showed that as the school year progresses, the percentage of people who spend more time studying increases. In particular, it can be seen that in the third year of high school, there is a tendency for students to become more committed to their studies and spend more time preparing for entrance exams.

Approximately 60% of the study time on weekdays during the first year of high school is outside of class hours and is less than an hour. Approximately 20% of respondents spend more than 3 hours.
According to the survey results of high school students’ study time on weekdays, the most common answer for first year high school students was “less than 1 hour” (36.7%), followed by “1 hour” (22.2%). It can be seen that 58.9% of the students spent less than 1 hour studying, which means that about 60% of them spent their time studying at school or doing extracurricular activities. Those who spend more than 3 hours studying are in the minority, accounting for only 22.7% of the total.

There are 6.6% of students who are enthusiastic and spend more than 5 hours studying, and it has become clear that some students are already making steady efforts towards their goals from this point on. The first year of high school can be said to be a valuable time for students to explore their own interests and learning style.

Approximately 50% of high school students study for 2 hours or more on weekdays, and 30% study for 3 hours or more, shifting gears toward learning.
In the second year of high school, the percentages of students studying “less than 1 hour” (30.6%) and “1 hour” (20.5%) decreased to a total of about 50% (51.1%), showing a tendency for study time to increase. . In particular, the percentage of students studying for 2 hours or more has increased compared to their first year of high school, accounting for approximately 50% (48.9%). It was found that 29.1% of the total people studied for 3 hours or more on weekdays, about 30%.

Furthermore, 10.3% of students studied for more than 5 hours. At this stage, students become more aware of their career path and become fully engaged in their studies. In particular, in the second year of high school, when students begin preparing for entrance exams, their attitude towards learning changes significantly, and an increasing number of students are making even more efforts.
* Study time on weekdays increases significantly for 3rd year high school students! About 60% of them took more than 3 hours, and about 30% took more than 5 hours. *
In the third year of high school, there was a noticeable increase in the amount of time spent studying, with the most common answer being “3 hours” (17.9%), and the percentage of people who studied “3 hours or more” was 58.3%, about 60% of the total. I went up to The percentage of people who studied for 4 hours or more was 40.4% of the total, and it can be seen that those who passed the exam were in a serious mode in their third year of high school.

The number of students who studied for more than 5 hours also increased to 27.9%, making it clear that this is the time of high school students to focus on their studies the most. It can be clearly seen that students during this period are putting all their efforts into preparing for university entrance exams and are beginning to study for long periods of time in order to succeed. The final year of high school is an important year for paving the way for the future, and we can see that many students are seriously tackling this challenge.

The results of this study showed that students’ study time increases with each grade. It has been shown that, especially in the third year of high school, many students begin to seriously prepare for entrance exams. During this period, it is expected that study time will increase significantly as it becomes important to decide on a career path and prepare for university entrance exams.

Additionally, since many students spend relatively little time studying during their first year of high school, they may be spending more time on other activities such as club activities or hobbies than on schoolwork. However, in the second year of high school, there is a tendency for students to become more aware of their studies and to gradually increase their study time.

Study time on holidays tends to increase more than on weekdays. Study time on holidays increases with each grade level
Survey results regarding the average study time on holidays during high school days
(n = 1,074 men and women aged 19-25 who were accepted into their first-choice university)
Study time 1st year high school 2nd year high school 3rd year high school Less than 1 hour 36.9% 30.2% 15.1%
1 hour 17.0% 14.1% 7.7%
2 hours 19.1% 17.0% 9.0%
3 hours 12.8% 14.5% 13.8%
4 hours 5.0% 7.9% 10.8%
5 hours 3.8% 6.6% 10.7%
6 hours 2.0% 3.9% 9.5%
7 hours 0.8% 1.8% 5.0%
8 hours 0.8% 2.0% 7.4%
9 hours 0.6% 0.6% 1.6%
10 hours 0.7% 0.9% 5.3%
11 hours or more 0.4% 0.6% 4.1%
The results of this survey show a tendency for students to spend more time studying on holidays as they get older. Particularly in the third year of high school, the percentage of students studying for long periods of time has increased significantly, indicating that studying for entrance exams is becoming more important.

Approximately 60% of first year high school students spend less than an hour studying on holidays. Approximately 30% spent 3 hours or more Among first-year high school students, the highest proportion of students spent “less than 1 hour” studying on holidays (36.9%), and when “1 hour” (17.0%) is included, 53.9% of the total studied for 1 hour or less. and make up the majority. Judging from the percentage of students who study for less than 1 hour on weekdays (58.9%), there is a slight tendency for study time to increase. This indicates that more students are able to devote more time to learning because they have a little more free time on holidays than on weekdays.

On the other hand, the proportion of students who study for “3 hours or more” is 26.9%, about 30%, and the proportion of students who study “5 hours or more” is relatively small, at 9.1% of the total. It can be seen that the percentage of students who increase their study time compared to weekdays has increased slightly.

Approximately 40% of students studied for more than 3 hours during their second year of high school. Study time is on the rise. In the second year of high school, 44.3% of students answered that they spent less than an hour studying outside of school on holidays, down from 53.9% in the first year of high school, and 38.8% studied for more than 3 hours. The number of people who spent more than their time on the site also increased to 16.4%. This data shows that in their second year of high school, their awareness of learning increases, and an increasing number of students especially use holidays to study seriously for entrance exams. Even compared to study time on weekdays, many students tend to study for longer periods of time on holidays.

Approximately 40% of those who passed the exam study for more than 5 hours during their third year of high school on holidays. 10% for 10 hours or more.
During the third year of high school, the increase in study time was most noticeable, with 68.2% of students studying for 3 hours or more. 43.6% of the students studied for 5 hours or more, and 9.4% studied for 10 hours or more, which is significantly higher than in other grades.

The results of this survey revealed that during high school, especially in the third year, students become more conscious of studying for university entrance exams and spend more time studying on holidays. In the first year of high school, students tend to devote their time to other activities such as extracurricular activities and hobbies, but it can be seen that as the grades go up, students become more involved in their studies.

In particular, it has been shown that among third-year high school students, an increased awareness of studying in order to pass the entrance exam to their first-choice university and pressure to take the university entrance exam lead to a significant increase in the amount of time they spend studying. In addition, the percentage of students who studied for long hours on their days off, “more than 10 hours,” was 9.4%, which is about 10%, which is higher than other grades, which shows that they are passionate about taking the entrance exam.

summary
The results of this survey clearly show that students tend to spend more time studying as they get older. Particularly during the third year of high school, students’ academic efforts significantly increased, with 58.3% of the students spending 3 hours or more studying on weekdays and 3 hours or more on holidays. accounted for 68.2% of the total. It was also revealed that about 10% of people studied for “more than 10 hours” on their days off.

In the first year of high school, approximately 60% of students studied for less than 1 hour on weekdays, and only a minority studied for more than 3 hours. However, in the second year of high school, students’ awareness of learning increases, with about half of the students studying for two hours or more on weekdays, and about 40% studying for three hours or more on holidays.

The results of this survey confirmed that as the school year progresses, especially in the third year of high school, the number of students seriously preparing for entrance exams increases, and their study time increases significantly. In addition, the study time for first-year high school students is relatively short, suggesting that they may be devoting their time to other activities such as club activities or hobbies during this period. Overall, high school students’ study time increases significantly in their third year of high school, when it is important to decide on a career path and prepare for university entrance exams, indicating that students are seriously working to pave the way for their future. .

Company Profile
At Juke Lab Preparatory School, we want to eliminate all waste in existing educational services and provide a curriculum that allows students to study only what is necessary to pass the school of their choice, so we provide a custom-made exam preparation program tailored to each student. I am. You can learn all the subjects necessary for entrance exams at overwhelmingly low prices, starting from 14,080 yen for high school entrance exams and 16,280 yen for university entrance exams. Even students who are unable to attend a cram school or cram school due to financial circumstances will be able to get into the school of their choice. You can study efficiently.
Company name: Juke Lab Preparatory School (Enlike Co., Ltd.) Location:
Management headquarters: 10, 5th floor, Osaka Ekimae 3rd Building, 1-1-3-500 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka 530-0001
Educational Affairs Department: 7F-C, Higashi Umeda Yachiyo Building, 2-2-1 Nakazaki Nishi, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka 530-0015
Representative: Representative Director and President Tomonori Goto Phone number: 0120-445-259
Business content: Educational business (preparatory schools, online cram schools, international schools, online sales of educational materials), marketing business
URL: https://jyuke-labo.com/
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