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In the news: Watching TV 'could cause pupils to drop grades at GCSE'

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Last updated on 4 September 2015
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Research has suggested that watching TV can have an adverse effect on pupils' grades at GCSE. The effect is seen even when pupils also spend extra time on homework or reading.

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