how can I study long hours without interruption?


So basically what you want is, how can I study long hours without interruption?

I think the highest of us want to ask this question. Another myth is that seniors can study for a long time but this is not good at all. Almost every student faces this problem in his or her life but it depends on how they solve the problem.

The Best Way to Study Long Hours Without Distractions

If you ask other Toppers then they will suggest that, Initially we need some breaks by reading regularly for the purpose aimed at our target and then while your mind turns this effort into your daily routine. It sounds easy but it is not so easy because implementation is the key where we need real hard work. So this is suggested by some of the top ones that I personally like.

Let's talk about a process called "The Pomodoro Technique". This is a time management approach developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980's. This method uses a timer to split work into intervals, typically 25 minutes long, separated by short breaks. Each episode is known as Pomodoro, from an Italian word meaning 'Tomato', after the kitchen countertop stopper Cirillo used as a university student.

There are six steps to this initial process: -

1. Decide what you need to do.

2. Set the Pomodoro time calculator (traditionally 25 minutes).

3. Work at that task.

4. Finish the task when the timer rings and place the marker on the paper.

5. If you have less than four test marks, take a short break (3-5 minutes), then move on to step 2.

6. After four pomodoros, take a long break (15-30 minutes), reset your marking number to zero, and move on to step 1.

The stages of planning, tracking, recording, processing and visualization are central to this process. In the planning phase, tasks are prioritized by recording them in the "To Do Today" list. This enables users to measure the required effort tasks.

As the pomodoros are completed, they are recorded, adding to the sense of accomplishment and providing green details for self-examination and subsequent development.

For the purposes of this program, Pomodoro is a period of time spent working. After the completion of the work, any remaining time in Pomodoro is devoted to over-learning.

Regular breaks are taken, which helps to match. A short rest (3-5 minutes) separates successive pomodoros. Four pomodoros form a set. Long breaks (15-30 minutes) are taken between sets.

The purpose of this procedure is to reduce the impact of internal and external disturbances on concentration and flow. Pomodoro is inseparable; when disturbed during Pomodoro, any other work should be recorded and postponed or Pomodoro should be abandoned.

Maybe you know about this but I’m sure you didn’t understand how to properly use this method and when you hear about this first time I know this is hard to understand at first glance. But if you start this process to keep your daily activities then this will be easier for you. Then you can use it in your studies or in any other activity.

Now you can understand one thing that well-managed study is more important than a long learning process. So just focus on how you handle the first few hours and after you finish focus on the other few hours from time to time.

These are simple and easy ways to solve this type of problem but all the problems do not end here and we have another problem "How can we focus on our studies without interruption?".

Now, this will be very interesting but I will discuss this topic next time in another article. In the meantime, goodbye and take care of yourself.



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