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what is the best period for study?

also want to know how to develop?

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Jordan’s Answer

Hi Max!

Great question! Figuring out the times of the day that work the best for you to study will help you tremendously as you continue with your educational and professional goals.

As someone who has completed my bachelor's degree and taken several professional licensure exams over the past decade, I can tell you that prioritizing study times when you feel most the awake and mentally engaged will be very beneficial! For me personally, I feel the most alert and able to engage in difficult study materials generally between the following times: 10:00 - 11:30, 2:00 - 3:30 and 5:00 - 6:30. These 90-minute blocks are usually times when I feel that I am most alert and therefore can focus on learning new, challenging content.

However, the times when people feel the most awake and focused are different for everyone depending on when they go to bed and wake up. I would encourage you to try being self-aware of when you feel the most awake during the day and then try and block off dedicated time blocks (at least 30-60 minutes) to get your studying done. If you are more of a morning person, then finding multiple times to study then will likely result in you being more successful, than if you wait till late in the evening to get started.

As for generally study tips, I would enjoy you to treat your studying as if you were an athlete. Eating healthy food, managing your stress, setting a daily/weekly goal, limiting distractions from your phone, and getting good quality sleep will all enhance your ability to study. Keep in mind that a lot of the learning and memory consolidation actually happens while we are sleeping, so studying the materials is only half of the puzzle. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and setting goals for your studying will all help you improve your studying.

Hopefully this helps you think about finding the best times to study and will help you develop towards your own goals in studying.

All the best,
Jordan
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Eyrusalem’s Answer

Hello Max,

Can you please clarify your question on what you mean by 'what is the period for study'?
If you're referring to what time of the day is best for studying, it will depend on when you feel the most alert and energetic as well as least distracted (for example, morning time might work best).

To develop personally and professionally, it helps to set goals for yourself that you can meet at different time intervals and assess how well you're meeting these goals (1 year goal, 5 year goal, etc.). If possible, it helps to have a coach/mentor in your field who will work with you on your development by sharing their experiences and setting milestones for you. It is also good to surround yourself with people who embody the type of person you would like to become so that they can serve as your sources of inspiration. Please also remember to be graceful with yourself when you feel like you've failed - try to focus on the lessons the experience has taught you rather than the failure itself.

Best of luck to you! :)
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lina’s Answer

Hey Max,

You're considering studying music, huh? That's fantastic! It's likely a sign that you're ready to dive into the world of melodies and harmonies. Remember, though, music is a journey that requires dedication. You'll need to set aside at least 30 minutes a day to see real progress.

Before you start, make sure you're financially prepared for regular music lessons, whether that's weekly or bi-weekly. Also, ensure you have room in your daily routine to immerse yourself in this new adventure.

One important tip is to try out a few different music teachers. Find the one who resonates with you the most - someone who speaks your emotional language. You'll face challenges along the way, and having a teacher who understands you will make a world of difference.

I hope these tips guide you towards the right decision. Embark on your musical journey when you feel ready! Remember, the earlier you start, the easier it is to pick up new skills. But don't worry, you can learn music at any age and any time!
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