Impacts of Music on the Academic Performance of College Students
Music has become an important part of our life. In order to address how music affects academic performance of college students, we undertook this small study about how music actually help students to focus on their studies. Many studies had been done on how music helps to focus and concentrate while studying. Our paper will also touch the concentration part on why student actually listen to music? With that being said, our paper touch how music energize, motivate, refresh and help student with mental and emotional health. Quantitative analysis is used to determine the result of this study by sending google forms to four hundred thirty eight college students and high school students of different countries. The finding reveals that many student listen music to refresh themselves, to bring positive energy and to help themselves focus on given task. Above all, our study showed that music has a calming effect on the person’s mind and helps them concentrate better. Furthermore, our research aimed to understand how music plays a role while studying and through the analysis of the findings we got to understand what the general conception of music to them was and how they use music. Another aim of this study is to know how often student listen music during Covid-19 pandemic and how it help them to get through the pandemic which showed that the musical interest of the listener was one of the main reason why they listened to music and had increased over the pandemic period.
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