100 Most Interesting Study Facts you need to know in 2020

Facts always surprise us to believe in the things that are too amazing to be true. Check out these 100 facts to blow our minds to a different level.


  1. Projections show that e-learning market worldwide is forecast to surpass 243 billion U.S. dollars by 2022- Statista
  2. About 65 percent of faculty supports the use of open educational resources (OERs) in teaching- Statista
  3. 63 percent of teachers showed support for the competency-based education system.- Statista
  4. Those aged 16 to 24 were the most likely to use online learning materials-Statista
  5. During the survey, 52 percent of graduate students reported that they found their online college-level education to be better than their experiences in college-level classroom learning-Statista
  6. 49% of 11th-grade virtual learners who took the SAT were proficient in the Reading/Writing component. About a quarter tested proficient in Math-Michiganvirtual.org
  7. A school in the Philippines is made entirely of recycled pop bottles- School Advisor.My
  8. The children in Holland start school on their fourth birthday so there’s always someone new in class-School Advisor.My
  9. Summer vacations in Chile start from mid-December and end in early March. That’s 3 whole months away from school- Scoopwhoop.com
  10. In Holland, children start school on the day they turn 4, which means that there’s always someone new in the class-Scoopwhoop.comChildren School
  11. China is a country where kids get most homework. Teenagers in Shanghai do a staggering 14 hours a week at the kitchen table.-bitrebels.com
  12. The smallest school in the world is in Turin, Italy and has just one pupil.-bitrebels.com
  13. Gardening improves children’s desire to learn and boosts their confidence-Teachthoght.com
  14. Green spaces or natural backyards elevate children’s learning through discovery-Teachthoght.com
  15. In Bangladesh, there are no fewer than 100 boat schools! Each one has internet access, a library and is solar powered.-School Advisor.My
  16. In a remote area of Colombia, kids have to travel to school on a zip-line.-School Advisor.My
  17. Kids in Finland do not start school until the age of 7, which is one of the oldest ages around the world to start school.-ScoopWhoop
  18. In Brazil, having meals with family is an important part of the culture, which is why schools start at 7 AM and are over by noon so that the kids can have lunch with their parents-ScoopWhoop
  19. In 2013, a second grader was suspended for biting a Pop-Tart into the shape of a mountain, which school officials mistook for a gun-Kickass Facts Encyclopedia
  20. Play-based learning increases a child’s attention span- Teachthought.com
  21. France has the shortest school year from August to June and also the longest school day.-School Advisor.My
  22. World’s highest school is situated in Phumachangtang, Tibet, at a height of 5,373 metres above sea level.-ScoopWhoop
  23. In Kenya, it is not mandatory for children to go to school, but they mostly go anyway.-ScoopWhoop
  24. Iran is one country where girls and boys are educated separately till the time they reach college.-ScoopWhoop
  25. Neil deGrasse Tyson was a undefeated high school wrestling captain and wrestled for Harvard-Kickass Facts Encyclopedia
  26. Canadian kids are taught a lot of their lessons in both French and English.-bitrebels.com
  27. Even if it’s a weekend or a holiday, Russian children always start school on ‘Knowledge Day’, which is 1st September.-bitrebels.com
  28. America is where you’ll find the world’s oldest teacher, Agnes Zhelesnik, who is 101 years old.-bitrebels.com
  29. One of the subjects taught in Icelandic schools is knitting.-bitrebels.com
  30. Children behave better when parents are involved in their education at home and at school-School Advisor.MyChildren Behave
  31. Children in Germany receive a special cone called Schultüte, which is filled with pens, pencils, books and snacks.-School Advisor.My
  32. A school in Germany has been built to look like a giant white cat, complete with whiskers and circular windows for eyes.-School Advisor.My
  33. Children who participate in laughing activities experience increase in memory retention-Teachthought.com
  34. Phonemic awareness and alphabet recognition increase children’s chances of reading achievement-Teachthought.com
  35. Students in South Korea are expected to stay and help clean and tidy the classroom when lessons are over.-SchoolAdvisor.My
  36. The King’s School in Canterbury, England is the world’s oldest school.-SchoolAdvisor.My
  37. Kids in Japan are the most independent of the lot. They travel to school alone, clean their own classrooms and even carry lunch.-ScoopWhoop
  38. Playing scary and violent video games help children master their fears in real life.-Teachthought.com
  39. Practical work in science provides children little or no learning at all-Teachthought.com
  40. Playing with blocks increases neuron count in children-Teachthought.com
  41. Drama and comedy in the classroom encourage children to listen and participate-Teachthought.com
  42. Economically disadvantaged children reap long-term benefits from preschool-Teachthought.com
  43. Learning, for children with ASD, is affected by classroom acoustics, artificial lighting, and windows-Teachthought.com
  44. Children learn more when they initiate an activity and are actively engaged in it-Teachthought.com
  45. Children who are encouraged to talk to themselves aloud have increased probability of learning-Teachthought.com
  46. Children who use electronic books show more cooperation and retain more information-Teachthought.com
  47. Daydreaming has been associated with longer attention span, increased resolve, creativity and even higher IQ.-Teachthought.com
  48. In Australia, the School of the Air broadcasts lessons via radio signals to far-flung pupils living in remote areas.-bitrebels.com
  49. America is where you’ll find the world’s oldest teacher, Agnes Zhelesnik, who is 101 years old.-bitrebels.com
  50. In California, 45% of kids enrolled in school speak something other than English at home.-surfnetkids.comEnglish


Now, these were the facts that told you something crazy and amazing about the education. Now check out some study-related facts for more excitement.

English Facts

  1. “I am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.-Grammarly
  2.  The trickiest tongue twister in the English language is apparently “Sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick”. Give it a try and see for yourself. -sciencekids.co.nz
  3.  The longest English word that can be spelled without repeating any letters is ‘uncopyrightable’.-bloomsbury-international.com
  4.  Approximately one new word is added to the English language every two hours and around 4,000 new words are added to the English dictionary every year.-bloomsbury-international.com
  5.  The word “girl” was not initially used to refer to a specific gender. It used to mean “child” or “young person” regardless of the gender.-Grammarly
  6.  11% of the entire English language is just the letter E.lingoda.com
  7. English is the official language of 67 countries.lingoda.com
  8. ‘Pronunciation’ is the word which is most mispronounced in the English language!-bloomsbury-international.com
  9. There is no word in the English language that rhymes with month, orange, silver or purple.-bloomsbury-international.com
  10. All pilots have to identify themselves and speak in English while flying, regardless of their origin.-GrammarlySpeak in English

Math Facts

  1. From 0 to 1000, the only number that has the letter “a” in it is “one thousand”.-Mathwizz
  2. Zero is the only number that can’t be represented in Roman numerals.-Buzzfeed
  3. Among all the shapes with same area, circle will have smallest perimeter.- Mathwarehouse.com
  4. 2 and 5 are the only prime numbers that end in 2 or 5.-Mathwizz
  5. If you shuffle a deck of cards properly, it’s more than likely that the exact order of the cards you get has never been seen before in the whole history of the universe.-Mathwizz
  6. ‘Four’ is the only number in the English language that is spelt with the same number of letters as the number itself.-Mathwizz
  7. The spiral shapes of sunflowers follow a Fibonacci sequence.-BuzzfeedFibonacci Sequence
  8. A ‘jiffy’ is an actual unit of time. It means 1/100th of a second.–Mathwizz
  9. The symbol for division (i.e.÷) is called an obelus.–Mathwizz
  10. Markings on animal bones indicate that humans have been doing maths since around 30,000BC.–Mathwizz

Science Facts

  1. A teaspoonful of neutron star would weigh 6 billion tons-howitworksdaily.com
  2. In 2.3 billion years it will be too hot for life to exist on Earth-howitworksdaily.com
  3. . It takes 8 minutes, 19 seconds for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth-howitworksdaily.com
  4. There is enough DNA in the average person’s body to stretch from the sun to Pluto and back — 17 times-zmescience.com
  5. In an entire lifetime, the average person walks the equivalent of five times around the world-zmescience.com
  6. Killer whales are actually dolphins-zmescience.com
  7. Under normal conditions, oil and water do not mix.-sciencekids.co.nz
  8. Around 1% of the sun’s mass is oxygen-sciencekids.co.nz
  9. Animals use Earth’s magnetic field for orientation-rd.com
  10. A cloud can weigh over a million pounds-rd.com
  11. You can’t taste food without saliva-zmescience.comTaste Food
  12. Venus is the only planet to spin clockwise-howitworksdaily.com
  13. Water can boil and freeze at the same time-sciencealert.com
  14. A single solar flare can release the equivalent energy of millions of 100-megaton atomic bombs-sciencealert.com
  15. If you spin a ball as you drop it, it flies-sciencealert.com
  16. Water can work against gravity, moving up narrow tubes in a process called capillary action.-sciencekids.co.nz
  17. Electric eels can stun both predators and prey with electric shocks of around 500 volts. More electricity facts.-sciencekids.co.nz
  18. There are more trees on Earth than stars in our galaxy- Reader’s Digest
  19. It’s the letter J that does not appear in periodic table.- Reader’s Digesthttps://www.tutoreye.com/infographic/periodic-table-mantra
  20. Octopuses have three hearts, nine brains, and blue blood-zmescience.com
  21. Stomach acid is strong enough to dissolve stainless steel-howitworksdaily.com
  22.  Polar bears are nearly undetectable by infrared cameras-howitworksdaily.com
  23. The common cold is a type of virus.-sciencekids.co.nz
  24. When the DNA of an organism changes and results in a new trait (characteristic) it is known as mutation-sciencekids.co.nz
  25. Viruses are usually around 100 times smaller than bacteria. -sciencekids.co.nz
  26. In 2007, heart disease was the leading cause of death in the USA. -sciencekids.co.nz
  27. The Sun creates energy through the nuclear fusion of hydrogen nuclei into helium. -sciencekids.co.nz
  28. Butterflies taste food by standing on top of it! Their taste receptors are in their feet, unlike humans who have most on their tongue. -sciencekids.co.nz
  29. Sneezing with your eyes open is impossible.  -sciencekids.co.nzSneezing
  30. Rabbits and parrots can see behind themselves without even moving their heads! -sciencekids.co.nz


At Last.

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