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Does having breakfast effect students grades?
What is your gender?
How do you feel when you don't eat breakfast?
What was your overall average last semester?
have a higher
than those that do not.
Out of the 7 days a week how many times do you have breakfast?
What is included in your breakfast?
50% or below
How effective is eating breakfast?
Does someone make breakfast for you?
Do you think breakfast is the most important meal of the day ?
Does your School have a Breakfast program?
On the day of an exam or major test do you have breakfast?
Amna and Hania
38% of the people that took the survey eat breakfast 7 times a week
compared to the 9% who only
eat breakfast once a week
52% got an 80 and above average
28% got an average in between 70%-80%
18% go an average below 70%
62% believe eating breakfast is effective and helps them do better in school
23% say it is very effective
only 13% say that it is not effective
Most people believe that not eating breakfast does not keep them motivated through out the day
71% people said they ate breakfast before an exam
28% said that they do not eat breakfast
our hypothesis was correct, people who ate breakfast got better grades then the people who didn't eat breakfast more the 5 times a week.
people who ate breakfast felt it was helpful and effective
they got higher averages
they were more motivated through out the day
Skipping breakfast can make kids feel tired, restless, or irritable.
breakfast boost kids' attention span, concentration, and memory — which they need to learn in school.
Gavin, M. (2012, February 1). Breakfast Basics. Retrieved March 1, 2015, from http://kidshealth.org/parent/nutrition_center/healt