Time Management Method – Pomodoro technique

The Pomodoro technique is a specific time management method developed in the late 1980s. A timer is used to break down work into 25-minute intervals, separated by short 5-minute breaks. These intervals are known as “Pomodori”, which in Italian, means tomato.

The method is based on the idea that frequent breaks can improve mental ability, and maintain high productivity levels.


We will now show you how the Pomodoro technique works.



KipMcgrath5Now that you know how the Pomodoro technique works, try it in your everyday life, and see if it is effective for you!


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With the right diagnostic tools and assessments, our qualified tutors are able to identify each student’s areas of improvement and draft out a strategy to address the issues being faced.

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