Everyone likes to tell any person under the age of 20 that they'll never amount to anything if they keep their noses stuck to those electronics. Well prepare to shove this into their face and declare victory.\nREAD ALSO: Quebec Ranked "Best Province" To Live In For 2017\nThe Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a survey that happens every three years and covers nearly 28 million 15-year-old students over 72 countries. It takes them about two whole years to compile the results and their reports have garnered an international reputation.\n#Repost @anisah_shah with @repostapp ・・・ Writing has suddenly been made bearable by this gorgeous room in the Islamic Studies Library at #McGill #librarylife #finals #almostdoneA post shared by McGill University (@mcgillu) on Dec 2, 2016 at 2:27pm PST\nTheir survey evaluates six aspects overall and determines how they fare against the average. They evaluate student's performance in:\n1)Science\n2)Mathematics\n3)Reading\nThey also examine the equity level between:\n1)Boys and Girls\n2)Immigrant Students\n3)Social backgrounds\nHart House really does lend itself well to #UofT #Hogwarts comparisons. What is your favourite beautiful space to study on campus? #exploreUofT #discoverUofT #TorontoArchitecture #UofTLove #FacesandSpacesUofTA post shared by University of Toronto (@uoft) on Mar 23, 2016 at 6:28am PDT\nThe best news to take away from this report is that Canadian students were the only ones to be ranked as above average in every single category along with being in the top five in all the categories except one (math). Other countries of note were Switzerland, Denmark, and Japan.\nThe children that took part in this study are now 17 years old and will be headed into their fist year of CEGEP or their senior year of high school. So if you have a brother or sister in that age range, watch out because their head might be inflating a little more.\nLast night Yeates School of Graduate Studies hosted the GRAD awards. Congratulations to all winners!A post shared by Ryerson University (@ryerson_u) on Feb 3, 2017 at 1:27pm PST\nFor more information as well as the full report you can check out PISA's website right here.