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Updated: 7/30/2020
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  • Let's invite some friends to come over!
  • Brain Myth: Teenagers often go out with their friends and do whatever they want. They party and don't care about their education. They pretend that they care about school, but they don't.
  • Yes let's do it! I will call some friends.
  • Nah, I'm going to go play video games in my room.
  • Well, I'm going to study for my Math exam.
  • I need to do homework and concentrate.
  • My friends are coming over, so we can study together.
  • Okay I'm going to read some books.
  • Children who attend high school or college receive a lot of homework. Teenagers often stress about homework and they don't sleep well. They stay up late doing homework and studying.
  • I will be doing homework, don't disturb me please.
  • Teenagers in high school and college focus on doing well in their classes, so they stay up studying for hours.
  • According to, "Dr.Craigcanapari.com" he states that," The combination of heavy homework loads is a major cause of sleep deprivation and consequent stress in teens."
  • I don't think I will finish my homework soon, it's a lot.
  • Well, I'm not getting sleep today. I have to study for two big exams.
  • According to," Psychologytoday.com", they state that, " The school routine for students typically includes early mornings and often late nights of homework and studying."
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