The F.A.S.T. method is Adult-Specific

The F.A.S.T. method started out addressing mainly adults

An adult is ready to take on the responsibility of reaching their targets and of the amount of studying required. In contrast to that,  a child or a teenager will need the supervision of a parent. 

Adults can commit to 3 to 6 hours of study time per week, in order to learn a new language. They also have the life motivation to do so. 

The content of the educational material for adults includes current news and business subjects that our students are most interested in; activities that are relevant to their lives. 

As an adult, you already have an understanding of the learning process, something that a child has not yet mastered. This is the reason why you can learn faster compared to when you were a child. 

Sani DeliThe F.A.S.T. method is Adult-Specific