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Did you know that some people can read more than a thousand words per minute as compared to an average college student who can only read between 250 and 350 wpm? The good news is anyone can double their speed in reading without the fear of not being able to understand the materials being read. Most people find reading rapidly difficult and risky.
They are afraid that as they increase the speed of reading, they might not be able to grasp the idea of what they are reading. That’s why they have to settle with slow reading speed that makes them finish a novel over a month.
Get Rid of Rereading, Pronouncing Words Aloud, and Other Habits that Reduce Speed When Reading!
You will discover:
- How you can get at least 80% of what you need to know in just 11-13 minutes, even from the topics you’re not interested in
- Why speed readers are considered impatient readers
- How speed reading is calculated
- The minimum length of time needed to read a block of words
- How to effectively avoid reading out loud to one’s self
- The relationship of speed reading and reading comprehension
- How many bits of information per second our conscious and unconscious brains take. You’ll be surprised at the difference
- How to properly scan a reading material
- The 4 basic conditions for increased reading rate
- What factors outside your control influences your speed in reading
- The difference between skimming and scanning
- What part of the eye is responsible for speed reading, and how to train it
- What should be done if you need only the shallowest knowledge of the subject
- Why rereading is inadvisable
- And much more…