BATTLING ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION

It is no secret that all of us, at some point in life, have voluntarily put aside or delayed doing something to a later time. So long as we remain human, we have had our own taste of procrastination. Academic procrastination has proved to be the most prevalence. Possibly, 95% of students fall victims. Causes. Psychology argues that pleasure principle may be responsible for procrastination. This is where a person chooses avoidance and delay to emotional and stressful tasks. As the deadline for such tasks grows nearer, the need for…