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While Covid-19 pandemic created negative consequences in education as a virus affecting the world in general, the technological developments that came along with it are reshaping the entire world. This study aims to examine the relationship between academic procrastination behaviors and problematic Internet usage of high school students during the Covid-19 Pandemic period. This study is in the form of a descriptive survey, and the survey method was used in the study. The population of the study in the 2020-2021 academic year consisted of 350 students who studied in vocational schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education and Culture in Northern Cyprus. The sample of the research consisted of 350 students selected by convenience sampling method. In this study, academic procrastination and problematic internet usage scales were used as data collection tools. As a result, in the Pandemic Period, the relationship between male students' problematic internet usage and academic procrastination behaviors is significantly higher than that of female students. As academic procrastination behaviors of students decrease, so did problematic internet usage levels.
Keywords: academic procratination, Covid-19,high school, internet usage;
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