Focus More on Learning with Pomodoro Technique


Have you heard of the Pomodoro study technique?

Nowadays, there are many students who apply this effective learning method to increase their productivity during study time. Let’s find out more about this learning technique.

The pomodoro study technique is a study technique developed by a productivity expert named Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s.

This technique deals with the organization of time. Therefore, it can be useful for increasing productivity and concentration while studying or working.

The Pomodoro study technique requires you to be able to divide your study time into sections called “pomodoros”. One pomodoro has a duration of 25 minutes, followed by a short break of 5 minutes.

You are required to repeat the pomodoro four times, and when you are done, you can usually take a 15-30 minute break.


Here are general steps to support the smooth use of the pomodoro technique when you study:

1. Decide on the task or material to be studied

You can set a timer for 25 minutes (one pomodoro). During that time, try to focus entirely on the task.

2. Once the timer goes off, take a short break of 5 minutes.
After the break, return to the task and repeat steps 2-5.

3. After you have done four pomodoros (4 x 25 minutes), take a longer break of 15-30 minutes.
After the long break, start back from step 1 and repeat the cycle until the task is completed.


This study technique can help you to manage time more efficiently, also encourage more intense focus on a certain period of time, and provide regular breaks to bored in studying.

Moreover, the Pomodoro technique can also help you increase your study productivity, by completing your tasks in a structured manner.

Hopefully this article is useful for those of you who have trouble focusing while studying, you can apply this learning technique.

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