How can I concentrate in studies over 4hour+?

Utsha Sarker
36 replies

Replies

Professional freelancer
you can listen to music as it helps a lot to concentrate.
Share
freelancer
@farabe_ahamed90 yeah music really helps a lot, it worked for me nicely.
Share
Businessman
@farabe_ahamed90 Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Professional freelancer
Businessman
Businessman
@farabe_ahamed90 thank for your suggestion
Share
freelancer
listen to quality music while you are studying
Share
Businessman
@davidmorgan56 Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Businessman
Becoming a better person.
Follow the pomodoro technique. Our brain cannot focus on for along time, it start finding distractions, so study for 50 mins and then rest for 10 and like this your brain will not get fatigue. Try keeping water and snacks while studying so that the thought of snacking doesn't bother you as well.
Share
PM Of Steel
@mayank_gupta11 I agree. I would go with a 25-5 split though
Share
Businessman
@mayank_gupta11 Thanks for suggestion
Share
Haha, that’s hard!
I usually put my phone away and rest in intervals or when I feel like I'm loosing concentration.
Share
Businessman
@curtis_tiemann Thank for your suggestion
Share
Product Designer
You can try checking out the POMODORO technique for increasing productivity and being efficient.
Share
Businessman
@jyo_boral Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Interested in MedEd and radiology
@utsha_sarker In medical school, I found it most important to have a set schedule. Wake up at the same time. Exercise. Sit down in a quiet area by a window. Setup Spotify on a "Study Playlist". Disable any time consuming websites (eg, Reddit). Follow your study pattern that helps you the most. For me, I didn't like the pomodoro technique as I felt like my flow got disrupted, so instead, I set micro goals ("10 more clinical vignettes before I stop") before I could take a break. It takes a while to figure out what works best but eventually nearly all of my classmates could study 8+ hours a day for months. That much studying is not always needed though.
Share
Businessman
@husarcik Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Interested in MedEd and radiology
@utsha_sarker For sure! Best of luck. :)
Share
Marketer and Lover of Tech
I've tried using random 'techniques' that give you mini breaks inbetween but none has worked for me. I usually find heading to a local cafe and putting on lo-fi music is the best way I can stay productive over long periods of time 😆
Share
Businessman
@richardfliu Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Marketing Manager at KosmoTime
A good night of sleep, stay hydrated (aka don't drink more than 2 coffees 😆), whatever you study, divide your tasks into sub-tasks so you see your progress, and quite frankly... take breaks!
Share
Businessman
@audrey_rampon Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Breathe Right
Hope this might help..
Share
Businessman
@mindbreath_app Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Co Founder @trooprHQ
take breaks and do time boxing
Share
Businessman
@rashjbp Thank you for your suggestion
Share
Live life the way you want
you can find playlists on youtube. Music really does help. Also having a calm and quite environment
Share
Businessman
@aj_k13 Thank you for your suggestion
Share
CLO & co-founder https://koinju.io
Changing subject focus every hour
Digital Marketer
I would be eager to learn this too :)
Share
Digital Marketing Specialist
I'd suggest study in chunks, instead of 4 hours straight
Share
Health hacker
Yes, you can - with good music, high speed internet, quiet space, 20-25 oC and a computer. Everything is possible.
Share
Listen to white noise, my playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlis..., green tea
Share
Ex PM @ Spotify / founder @ Experiment
@robinkunz Great Playlist thanks
Share