Proof that all that partying and chillen in college gets you no where. LOL Like college students didn't already know that.

Study shows that too much socializing is going on during the first two years of the college experience.  The socializing is not help students but hindering them.  Study shows that students are not improving in analytic thinking, critical thinking, and written communication.

In fact, a report released Tuesday indicates the average undergraduate student in the United States spends about half their week socializing or recreating and another quarter of the week sleeping (it off). Conversely, students spend only 16 percent of their week studying or attending class.

The report suggests that nearly half of American undergrads fail to show significant gains in "critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and written communications" during their first two years in college. The findings are based on transcripts and surveys of more than 3,000 full-time students and will be included in an upcoming book titled Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses.