The research involved more than 600 children 14 to 16 year-olds
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Video game use linked to worse GCSEs, study suggests

Children who play video games twice a day are less likely to achieve five good GCSE grades, a study suggests.

The National Children's Bureau Northern Ireland research involved more than 600 children aged 14 to 16 from 2012-14.

BBC News NI Education Correspondent Robbie Meredith reports.

  • 12 Oct 2015