can you listen to music the same time and study?

United States
March 10, 2009 4:32am CST
I don't know how people do that? Some teenagers can turn their stereo so loud, listening to rock music or pop, while they were studying. Don't you think that will interfere your concentration? I personally couldn't do it. I have to study it in a quiet environment.
4 responses
@bioluna (68)
• Portugal
10 Mar 09
I cant't! Unless it is classical music =P. Otherwise, I'll start sing and dancing. He he he
@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
10 Mar 09
Yeah, in fact I prefer listening to music during study. Off course, a sort of rock music will not work here but some calmer which has classic touch will make mind fresh. As we refresh the system, music keeps refreshing our mind. Certainly, good music in low sound helps in better concentration and lead to more serious study in less time.
@nanayangel (7691)
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
Hi there Clorissa! I don't think I can do that. There are times that even when it's already quiet, I still have problems reviewing lessons or studying. I need not only peace and quiet but also needs to be free of worries and well-rested too.
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
Okay I am no teenagers and not a student anymore, but when I was still one I am not those kind of kid as well that listen to loud music while I need to focus to my studies, I am not against those who do those things but we have preferences of our ways into things, and just like yourself, I am also not much of a music kind of person.