Poor grades tied to class times that don’t match our biological clocks: Schedules of night owls, morning larks and daytime finches may predict their educational outcomes

It may be time to tailor students’ class schedules to their natural biological rhythms. A study shows that students whose circadian rhythms were out of sync with their class schedules received lower grades due to ‘social jet lag,’ a condition in which peak alertness times are at odds with work, school or other demands.

Source: Poor grades tied to class times that don’t match our biological clocks: Schedules of night owls, morning larks and daytime finches may predict their educational outcomes. — ScienceDaily

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