A New Option for Academic Success
Active procrastination, a non-traditional procrastination has drawn the attention in academia. By reviewing several journal articles, the author proposed that many undergraduate students adopt active procrastination. Different from traditional procrastination, results showed that active procrastination motivates students to meet the deadlines; active procrastinators also achieve satisfactory grades. These findings support the idea that active procrastination benefits students in academia, and therefore serves as a new option for academic success.