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How can I focus on studying for long hours?
How to stay focused while studying, a guide:
- Find a suitable environment.
- Create a study ritual.
- Block distracting websites + apps on your phone, tablet, and computer.
- Divide up + space out study sessions.
- Use the Pomodoro Technique.
- Find the best tools.
- Focus on skills, not grades.
- Schedule downtime.
Is it possible to study 18 hrs a day?
18 hours is enough or I can say more than enough for study. But you should study qualitatively means what you study do it in perfect way and you should take a test series in which you can analyse yourself and if you are doing well in the test series than you will definitely do good in exam also.
Why can’t I study for more than 2 hours?
The quality and speed of learning falls rapidly after about an hour of study. It is important to take breaks. Take 10 minute break after every 50–60 minutes of study. After third session of 50 minutes take a long break of one or two hours.
Is being able to study for a long time necessary?
Being able to study for a long time was necessary for me. It’s my way to have more than 24 hours in my days. I’ll talk about it later in this article, but I’m not just doing homework or studying for 8 hours.
Why did you successfully follow this study routine?
I think a good reason why I successfully follow this study routine is that it becomes an habit over time and you totally get used to it. Not at all! It’s a habit that we can develop. I also did not work so many hours in a snap. At first, I was doing 1 hour, 2 hours, and I was already so proud of myself!
How many hours should I study a day to prepare for exams?
Study time of 5 hours before lunch and 5 hours after lunch. This is the maximum that you should study in a day. I do understand that this might not be possible every single day. So on an average if you can maintain 7-8 hours every day for a month before the exams, that will work well.
Is it relevant to study for 8+ hours in a row?
It may not be relevant for everyone to study for 8+ hours in a row. It depends on the workload you have. By studying software engineering, I have a lot of team projects, readings, and exams.