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How to increase reading speed

G. C. Ahuja

How to increase reading speed

procedures and practices

by G. C. Ahuja

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Published by Sterling Publishers, Distributed by Apt Books in New Delhi, New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speed reading.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.C. Ahuja and Pramila Ahuja.
    ContributionsAhuja, Pramila.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 173 p. ;
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17956213M
    ISBN 108120707478
    OCLC/WorldCa20397715

    Speed Reading: The Comprehensive Guide to Speed Reading - Increase Your Reading Speed by % teaches you the basics of speed reading so you can get started increasing your learning speed - right away! This audiobook will help you assess your current reading speed and track your progress as . Speed reading is a skill that almost seems like a superpower. The ability to quickly read and comprehend books, articles and other written materials would be life-changing for a lot of us. But is.

      This book is helpful for anyone who's trying to get into "speed Reading". The book gets a bit boring, hence I'll recommend the reader to just skim through it and feel free to skip few of the exercises. Also, I'll recommend reading "speed reading with /5. Speed reading is normally done at a rate of around wpm. Anything above wpm means sacrificing comprehension, although this varies from person to person. How to Improve Your Speed Reading. Knowing the "how" and "when" of speed reading is only the first step to success. Here are some more tips to help you: Avoid distractions.

    About the Book Author. Richard Sutz is the founder and CEO of The Literacy Company, developers of The Reader's Edge ® speed-reading program. Sutz's program teaches silent reading fluency for effective and efficient speed reading. Peter Weverka is the author of many For Dummies articles and stories have appeared in Harper's, SPY, and other magazines. Intentionally suppressing subvocalization is part of most speed-reading programs: speed-reading can also be called "book skimming". You don't need to skim a book to read it faster. The problem with intentionally suppressing subvocalization is that diminish your ability to appreciate the beauty of the writing, wordplay, the tone/mood/register.


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How to increase reading speed by G. C. Ahuja Download PDF EPUB FB2

A good way of increasing your reading speed in these kinds of situation is pre-reading. By looking at chapter and section headings, the table of contents, and the review questions and vocabulary terms at the end of a chapter before you start reading, you can essentially prime your brain to pick out the most important information.

If you are seeking to increase your reading speed, this is the first thing you must learn to overcome. Why does this slow you down. The average reading speed is pretty much the same as the average talking speed. According to Forbes, the average adult reading speed is words per minute.

[1] The average talking speed is the same. Discover how to drastically increase your reading comprehension within just minutes. From comprehension to speed reading, this book has it all. "Excellent book, only a few chapters in I could already notice a major difference!" - Jerry Waters, Book Critique Topics of Discussion The Importance of Mastery Understanding the Reading Process/5(46).

The Speed Reading Book goes on to articulate the goals that you can achieve through reading this book. For example, some of these are that you will think more quickly and creatively, take better notes, become an improved test taker, save time, and study more efficiently.

– Use a pointer to keep your reading speed at a high level. Using your index finger, your cursor, or a pen will force your eyes to read faster. Of course, to achieve this you first need to increase your focus and alertness so that every phrase you read is understood and you can move on to the next without backtracking.

Tips for Improving: There’s no limit to how good you can get in this area, and this book will give you step by step instructions to constantly getting better at speed reading. With the ability to speed read, you can spend less time reading over boring technical documents that you have to read for work or school/5(13).

As a general rule, you will need to practice technique at 3x the speed of your ultimate target reading speed. Thus, if you currently read at wpm and your target reading speed is wpm, you will need to practice technique at 1, words-per-minute, or 6.

The Comprehensive Guide to Speed-Reading By Nathan Armstrong. This book aims to enhance the speed of reading along with optimal comprehension, which is a key skill in today’s world.

It claims to bring about a three-fold increase in Reading Speed. It imparts the basics of speed reading as a means to improve learning. Whether you're hitting the textbooks in philosophy class or reading the morning newspaper, reading can feel tedious.

Train yourself to speed read to get through these tasks much faster. Reading faster does lead to less understanding, but with prac.

Best books to learn Speed Reading. Speed Reading: Speed Reading for Beginners Made Easy with Step by Step Instructions and Exercises by Calvin Horgan. With this guide you will be armed with the fundamental knowledge you need to reach readings spee.

Consider a speed reading course to master advanced techniques. Previewing. The first step is the backbone to increase reading speed and comprehension. I preview every article I want to read to learn more about the main idea. Depending on the text Author: Julie Cain. Increase Reading Speed By %: If fast readers read at speed of above words per minute (wpm) with near 85% comprehension, whereas Average readers are the majority and only reach around wpm with a typical comprehension of 60%.

Listen to Audiobooks for FREE instead of Reading Books. Are you really a slow reader. Do you wish to read fast. Do you wish to read a book.

Many people can double their reading speed after several weeks. Set yourself milestones to motivate yourself to keep practicing: – words per minute is the expected reading speed for someone age 12 or older. wpm is the reading speed of the average college student%(). Keep in mind that while skimming and scanning works best for non-fiction, it can be applied to fiction too.

In a novel, skim the chapter for character development, key points of dialogue, and major plot points. Then read it at a faster pace than you normally would. Stop subvocalizing. Subvocalization is by far the most common factor in. I am myself is a beneficiary of this book.

The key is to complete all the exercises given in the book. It guarantees percent increase in reading speed. If one completes the book, percent increase in reading speed is guaranteed. For more information, you can read reviews on. Reading faster is possible, even if speed reading isn't always the best way to go about it.

Here are 5 methods you can use to read more books in less time. Special thanks to Scott Berkun for. Seven years ago, I read some books and articles on speed reading and started practicing some of the methods.

I found I was able to increase my reading speed from word per minute to in the drills, so I published an article entitled, Double Your Reading Rate, which has since become one of the most popular on this website. When I wrote the piece, I based the article purely on my personal. Start your review of Speed Reading: The Comprehensive Guide to Speed Reading - Increase Your Reading Speed by % in Less Than 24 Hours Write a review Apr /5.

Average reading speed can range from to words per minute, but that rate can vary depending on the material and your reading experience. It's also important to understand what you are reading—even when you improve your speed.

Here are a few tips to help you improve your reading : Esther Lombardi. In this light, speed reading obviously has different implications for different books. The rookie makes the mistake of believing that speed reading is all about speed, but it is fundamentally about reading.

The speed aspect is simply the ability to control one part of how we read. 4 Simple Ways to Increase Your Reading Speed 27 Sep If you’re a businessman who has to go through lengthy project reports or correspondence, or a student studying and researching vast amounts of material, you might be interested in techniques of speed reading.

Your book or reading matter should be placed at an angle of forty-five.There is one simple, guaranteed way to increase reading speed: skimming. There is a trivial sense in which these texts are being read rapidly, but very little is being comprehended.

Speed reading is one of many skills that can improve your reading comprehension and shorten your study time. Many scholars consider speed reading to be the same as skimming, pointing out that you cannot speed read a text and expect the same amount of comprehension that you would get if you read it at a normal pace.

However, skimming is a helpful tool in pre-reading and in reviewing 79%(65).