Actual Glossika Time

Along with several gigabytes of MP3s, when you download Glossika, you receive several PDFs, one of which contains several different schedules, including schedules for 30, 60, and 90 minutes of study per day. I chose to follow Glossika’s 60 minutes per day “Relaxed Training Schedule.”

I’m on week three of this schedule, and if I recall correctly, only the first day clocked in at an hour. Since then, almost every day’s MP3s have added up to about an hour and fifteen minutes. This isn’t a deal-breaker, but it is annoying. Just keep this in mind if you decide to commit to Glossika’s 60 minutes per day schedule: you’re actually in for about 75 minutes per day.

Also, I’m under the impression that Glossika no longer sells downloads and instead is a web-based subscription service that costs about $30/month. Along with the pricing model update, they may have updated the schedules so that their 60 minutes schedule is actually 60 minutes.

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