Students at two Florida schools apparently don't hit the books that often, a new survey from the Princeton Review suggests.
The University of Florida in Gainesville and Flagler College in St. Augustine were ranked as two schools where students study the least, the review found. UF was number 16 on the list, while Flagler College was number 14.
St. John’s University in New York gained the top spot for schools where students study the least. West Virginia University and the Indiana University of Pennsylvania were numbers two and three, respectively.
The Princeton Review surveyed 137,000 students to assemble the list. To determine the rankings, students were asked the survey question “How many out-of-class hours do you spend studying each day?”
No Florida schools made the list of schools where students study the most. Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, Calif. made the number one spot in that category.