Student Turn To Tik Tok To Fill Gaps In School Lessons

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Tik Tok is a popular social media platform and it has become the favourite of many users. It is not only used for entertainment purposes but also for school lessons. Students in schools across the country are turning to Tik Tok to fill in the gaps in their school lessons.


The app has been developed by a company called which was recently acquired by Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. The app has more than 200 million active monthly users and it is used by millions of people every day. The app allows users to create their own channels and share videos that they have created themselves or ones that they have received from friends on their network.


The app has become so popular that it is used by students in schools and colleges.  A student of St. Stephen's College, US says: "I have to take tuitions for my exams and I use the app to prepare for them."


The app has also become a major source of entertainment for college students who can use it to interact with friends and play games on the social media platform.


In the past, students would have to go home and practice their music or arts lessons. But now, they can do that on their tik tok account. Instead of going to the school and practising, they can just go home and play their tik tok account.


On tiktok, you can make a song or an image of anything in the world. You can make a song about your friends or family members. You can make an image of yourself playing instruments such as trumpets, guitars and pianos. You can also make an image of yourself dancing or performing stunts with other people in your group.


You can also use tiktok to create music videos which are very popular among teenagers today because they can share them on social media platforms like facebook and twitter using hashtags like #tiktok or #tik tok shows or just by using their ids.


The number of students in the United States who use social media to supplement their education is growing, according to a report released by the Pew Research Center.


In a survey of 2,002 students across the country aged 13 to 17, Pew found that more than one-quarter use social media outside of school hours. The most popular platforms are Facebook (82 percent) and YouTube (74 percent).


The idea that teenagers would be using these platforms for schoolwork has been around for years. But it seemed like a far-fetched idea at first — until now.


In an interview with Mic about her upcoming book "Snap Back: How To Get Your Kid Out Of The Digital Trap" and her experiences as a parent, author Maria Shriver said she noticed it happening in her own home when her son was in middle school. Her son started using social media to talk with his friends during his lunch break after being told by his teachers he couldn't use cell phones in class.


Tik Tok had achieved great heights. The platform has more than 600 million users worldwide. And it’s not just the numbers that are impressive; it’s also the fact that these users are active on Tik Tok every day and engage with the app in a meaningful way.


The main goal of Tik Tok is to help people connect with each other and share their love of music, art, creativity and culture. The platform has a large number of artists who use Tik Tok to share their creations with the world.


Tik Tok helps artists reach new audiences by allowing them to advertise their music on the app. This means that they can reach millions of people who are looking for new tunes or simply want to listen to something new.


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