7 Reasons Why I’m Able to Study for 4 Hours Straight With No Breaks

How to stay productive and stop procrastinating.

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When I was in school, I was taught that studying should be done in blocks of around 35–40 minutes. My teachers told me that after this time, our brains start to rapidly lose focus and we are no longer able to memorise and retain certain pieces of information.

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