Speed Reading: How to Double Your Reading Speed and Accelerate Your Learning Abilities

Speed Reading: How to Double Your Reading Speed and Accelerate Your Learning Abilities

by D.P. Brown
     
 

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?

That’s true!

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… See more details below

Overview

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?

That’s true!

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 if they increase their speed reading, they might not be able to grasp the idea of what they have read.

That’s why they so often settle with reading slower that finds them finishing a novel over a longer period of time. Even worse, by not being able to read faster, they aren't able to find what they are looking for in an academic textbook for an assignment in school before the due date.

What they do not know is that, according to studies, the relationship between reading speed and comprehension is directly proportional to each other. That is, an increase in reading rate results in an increase in comprehension!

Speed Reading, often referred to as power reading, can benefit anyone. Not only will you be able to read fast, you will also be able to learn faster!

Besides being beneficial and useful, learning a skill such as accelerated reading is both simple and takes only a few techniques to apply.

Speed reading is not only useful in reading for pleasure but is also necessary when learning and studying. In these cases, time is of the essence. And if you can make things faster and a lot easier, you're less likely to get stressed out.

I guess you could say that, as you increase your 'read speed' you also increase 'speed learning'!

Whether it be novels, newspapers, magazines, or just any materials, I totally agree with you that reading can be very relaxing, interesting and often, breathtaking.

Reading brings us to another world that is different from reality. It lets us seek knowledge that cannot be learned through simple observations in everyday living. It is a never-ending journey to unexplored places where everything is magical and mysterious.

So, if we are all readers here, then what’s the real problem we should be addressing? That is where "Speed Reading: How to Double Your Reading Speed and Accelerate Your Learning Abilities" comes in!

If you are asking at this point "okay, how do you speed read?", you have come to the right place!

If you have been considering enrolling in one of those speed reading courses but didn't think you could afford it, keep reading because we have what you need at a fraction of the cost.

Check out just SOME of the information you will find inside your copy of "Speed Reading: How to Double Your Reading Speed and Accelerate Your Learning Abilities":

o 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.

o The most important part in every paragraph that should be given the most time in understanding.

o You can learn anything by doing three important things. What are they?

o Why speed readers are considered impatient readers.

o Why pronouncing words when reading should be avoided.

o How speed reading is calculated.

o The minimum length of time needed to read a block of words.

o How the newspaper reading method is being done.

o How to effectively avoid reading out loud to one’s self.

o The relationship of speed reading and reading comprehension.

o The advantages and disadvantages of subvocalization.

o Major causes of decrease in speed reading.

o What the most rudimentary type of reading is.

o The difference between eyesight and vision.

o How to reduce the number of times the eyes skip back to a previous sentence.

o How many bits of information per second our conscious and unconscious brains take. You’ll be surprised at the difference.

o How to increase information perception by 50%.

o How to improve memory and concentration by 10%.

o The reading rate of an average college student on fiction and non-technical materials.

o What the “good” reading speed is.

o How to properly skim a reading material.

o How to properly scan a reading material.

o What the use of the hand is when reading.

o What type of reading is necessary for academic materials.

o How to use the triple learning strength.

o The relation between written English and spoken English.

o Where to begin reading.

o The 4 basic conditions for increased reading rate.

o When we should “scan” the text.

o What factors outside your control influences your speed in reading.

o The 5 types of reading.

o Significant fa

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012009067
Publisher:
Learning Life eBooks
Publication date:
12/27/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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