Listen to the radio interview about the 'Pomodoro Technique' and do the exercises to practise and improve your listening skills.

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Do you think the Pomodoro Technique sounds like a good idea?

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RobRoy 7 June, 2017 - 15:17

It's for people who learn non-stop. I know people like that. In this case the pomodoro would tell them "relax" and take a short break. And an advise about to keep off your "black mirror" is definitely useful.

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YinYang 7 May, 2017 - 09:15

Not too good, actually. Too many breaks ruins your schedule. I tried it and could not finish the Geography syllabus. It is another thing that I did score 88 on 100. But I fell it is safe to keep away from this technique just like I stay away from tomatoes. Or Pomodoros in Italian.

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hadia 26 April, 2017 - 14:32

I prepared my Chemistry Book test using the technique and it was quite helpful.
(It's another thing, that I mostly ran out of time. :D)

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dexi 28 November, 2016 - 17:17

yes it's sounds great .I haven't heard it before.I am often bored while studying so i'll try to use the Pomodoro Technique

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4444 27 September, 2016 - 18:22

i don't think that it is a good idea because your self organising time is to work and as you finish you take breaks to your self this is my opinion because i didn't like the pomodoro

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yenthan 2 July, 2016 - 09:03

I think the Pomodoro Technique is a good idea. After I have listened lesson called 'Organising your time', I have tried the method. That helps you stop wasting time, and I study more quickly.

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