The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique breaks work schedule into active work schedules and conscious breaks — traditionally 25 minutes in length separated by short five minute breaks. After four work-break intervals, a longer break of about 30 mins is taken. Here’s a quick video detailing the steps of the technique, as well as some other tips!
Active Recall Method
Most students read and take notes passively. Active recall requires us to make sense of the information and synthesize it for ourselves. This link explains the method in detail.
This method focuses on adding progressively longer time intervals in between each study session. The following link provides more details.
The Reading Cycle
Preview notes you’ve already taken. Then, reread the material while retaking notes and annotating.
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