Tsukiomi 08 May 2012 22:19 said:
Quite a few student do lesson work in hour chunks. Each lesson is broken up into a series of exercises, so you could do lets say around 5 every day before work- and apply what you learned at work. That should help the process along quite well.
No they don't. A lesson should be done in one go to stress the brain into getting better at it. If you break it up, you won't be doing the course properly.
The pmemory staff claim 2 hours a day is what is needed, but I don't think that's true throughout the whole course. You're realistically looking at 3-4 hours per day for the first 12 lessons. After 12 lessons, it gets pretty easy until you get to the language course, and then you're up against some seriously boring learning.