More students now use smart phones to study than use tablet devices or computers, a new study released by McGraw-Hill Education found.

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The study, which was commissioned by McGraw-Hill but was conducted by a Hanover Research, surveyed more than 500 students about their study and technology habits. Nearly 40 percent of the respondents said they use smart phones for studying.

Only 22 percent said they opt for a tablet or computer.

The findings fall in line with a...

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