This study investigates the effects of skipping breakfast on the academic performance among students in Centre for Foundation Studies, International Islamic University Malaysia (CFS IIUM). This study has provided the answers for the research question like, what is the importance of breakfast, what is the trend of skipping breakfast among students and what are the effects of skipping breakfast, what is the relationship of the effect skipping breakfast on the academic performance among student in CFS IIUM and do the students aware with the importance of breakfast. Primary data were collected by randomly distributing questionnaires to 20 students in CFS IIUM in the morning. A simple IQ test also attached in the questionnaire to test their focus and memory on the morning they answer the questionnaire. The result of this study is, 55% of the respondents skipped the breakfast and 20% from the breakfast skipper failed the test compare to breakfast eater, only 15%. Since the IQ test was about to examined their focus and memory, it can be analysed that breakfast skipper has lack focus and weak memory as many of them fail the test. As a conclusion, students who skip the breakfast tend to have a weak memory and lack focus. This can affect their academic performance as memory and focus is very important to excel in the study. Skipping breakfast gives negative effects to the academic performance.