Long travel time affects study results
It's incredible what researchers are exploring these days. And it's certainly not just the complex investigations with test tubes, burners and Erlenmeyer flasks. It's also about everyday things and the effect it has on us. This time the students were the guinea pigs.
A researcher from Amsterdam University has shown that a long travel time negatively affects your study results. In other words, the longer you are on the road to school, the lower your grades. People who take longer to get to their campus are also more likely to miss class. For example, if it takes you an hour and ten minutes to get there, you are more than likely to skip half a day more each week than someone who only needs ten minutes to get there.