Students Who Read Paper Books Score Better on Tests

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Remember when e-readers first came out, and people thought they would replace regular books? Well, it turns out that might not be the case. According to a recent study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), young people who read more paper books tend to get better scores in reading tests. The study involved surveys and tests done by 15-year-olds in 2018 across 38 countries. The findings showed that students who mostly read paper books scored higher in reading tests compared to those who read on digital devices.


1- According to the recent study by the OECD, what do young people who read more paper books tend to achieve?

2- What organization conducted the recent study?

3- When was the study conducted?


You have completed the comprehension questions. 

Parts of this lesson are based on: An article Engoo Daily News.