Classical Music Helps Students Study By Olivia Vanore

Angela Rice, dean of the Jerry Falwell Library, should allow Mozart to be played in some rooms of the library to help keep students focused and assist in a higher functioning level for the students' brain.

  • Classical music already has a background in studies claiming that the style makes many smarter.
  • One example is the Mozart Effect which shows when students listen to Mozart, brain activity increases to a point that is normally active when the student is playing chess or practicing math.

Classical music sparks energy in students, pushing the body and mind pass the point of exhaustion and continue working.

Classical music has an intricate structure and tempo, which helps students stay focused

Combining the tempo and structure, this style also helps students' memory increase when listening to it while studying.

With the information provided, dedicating a few rooms of the Jerry Falwell Library to play classical music will increase student productivity and test grades overall.


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