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Every student is different. Some students pick up new chords every few weeks, while others take a little bit longer. Regardless of how quickly you learn chords in the beginning, once you get 5 or 6 chords under your belt, each new chord from that point on becomes much easier to learn. Be patient, and give yourself time.
One of the most common mistakes that beginner piano students make, is moving too fast through each lesson. I've created each lesson so that most students can progress through each lesson in about 3 to 4 days.
With 8 new lessons every month, it should take you just a little under a month to complete all 8 lessons. If you finish early, take whatever time you have left in the month and enjoy playing through all of the songs that you've learned up to that point.
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In the first 4 to 8 weeks of starting your online lessons, your goal should be to focus on becoming acquainted with the piano keyboard and the written notes in the sheet music. Even though the letter names are displayed inside each note-head, there is still a slight adjustment period.
If after 8 weeks your are still having trouble, then consider spending a few more days one each lesson. Remember, every student is different and everyone progresses at a different pace. I tell all of my students, "the slower you go, the faster you'll progress". This may sound confusing, but what I'm really saying is, take your time and enjoy the journey. I have never had a student fail at piano who was willing to put in the daily practice time.
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