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Basic Survey on Study in Japan III - Topics: General Trend 1. The time spent studying outside school premises is decreasing.

General Trend
The Time Spent Studying Outside School is Decreasing

The rate of those who answered "almost never" or "around 30 minutes" was 40% for elementary and senior high school students, and 30% for junior high school students.

Q Around how many hours do you usually spend studying at home (Mon-Fri)? Study hours include spent attending cram and preparatory schools, as well as with private tutors.




Time Spent Studying at Home on Weekdays (Elementary, Junior and Senior High School Students)
When asked about time spent studying at home on weekdays (including cram schools), the rate of those who answered "almost never" or "around 30 minutes" is increasing. If we compare 1990 and 2001, the figures are up from 28.5% to 40.3% for elementary, up from 18.8% to 30.7% for junior high and up from 26.0% to 37.1% for senior high school students, an over 10% increase in each school level. In contrast, the rate of those who answered "over two hours" is decreasing.

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