What percent of students work better with music playing?


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2014-01-15 12:35:29
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around 90% due to the fact that it relaxes the students and stimulates the mind


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I can be disruptive or it can really help the students to concentrate, depending on what music you're playing.

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There is evidence that students that study music build connections in their brains that helps them in other subjects.

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Yes, for example the more classical music you listen to is proven to improve math skills.

Soft instrumental music does help you study better - no loud noises, no heavy rhythm or beat and no vocals, though.

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most students get to listen to music to help them focus and concentrate on their work.

People especially students often get distracted by background nosies. Having soft music helps students get on track and get their work done.

It all depends upon the interest of students. If a student has passion for music, then he can undertake music training. If not, the students should not be pressured to learn music. For more information visit the related link.

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