How much practice is enough?

For a young begninning student, Dr. Arnoff slowly introduces elements to practice.  Sometimes the practice involves naming notes, figuring out words that notes can spell, writing notes on a staff, etc..  At first practice may only be 5 minutes three times a week.  But the student always keeps and brings to lessons a record of his or her weekly practice.  The object is for practice to become a routine and fun exercise that prepares a student for the next lesson

Depending on their developing skills, students are encouraged to practice no less than 60 minues per week to make mimimal progress.  But, experience has shown Dr. Arnoff that any practicing beyond the 60 minute minimum has virtually double value.  By that I mean, students who practice 90 minutes or more a week make amazing progress and quickly advance their skills.

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