One Way To Predict a College Student’s GPA Is By How Much They Drink
Turns out, the way your precious little angel handles that balance is the BEST way to figure out how their grades are going to turn out.
In a new study at George Mason University, a researcher found that the two best ways to predict a college student's GPA are the amount of time they spend studying . . . and the amount of time they spend drinking.
Alcohol was a better predictor than the amount of time a student spends watching TV, messing around on the Internet . . . or even spends in class.
Todd Wyatt, who led the study, says, quote, "[With] more time spent partying with alcohol, there's a significant decrease in GPA . . . these students might not be reaching their full potential as a result of the alcohol consumption."
Via (Yahoo News)