Words free online meditation movie. Look at this figure and imagine your
speed reading ability.
Who can speed read
I can read at around 1440 wpm, but I generally go with 100-200
pages/hour (555-1110wpm depending upon the text and time of day). I find that whenever
I read towards the top end of my reading speed, sometimes words occasionally slip
their line position (a word gets swapped with the word in the same visual position
on the line below it), which generally is not a problem, but sometimes it can drastically
alter the meaning of a paragraph. Other than the problems that and turning too many
(or forgetting to turn) the pages can cause, my level of comprehension is very high
(I don't know any way to tell it exactly).
These speeds can be reached without skimming, but I can't go my top speed for
too long, I occasionally get headaches from it. I end up reading and processing
multiple lines at a time, frequently an entire paragraph. I never really played
attention to it before, but it seems like when I do read towards my upper speed
limit, instead of reading horizontally across the page starting each line at the
beginning, I read diagonally, mostly horizontal, but down at the same time, reversing
direction of the horizontal scan when I reach the edge of the page.
> By using Speed reading software, you can improve
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> Habitually returning to what is already read, that
usually decreases the speed of reading, no longer happens. Reading each word
individually becomes unnecessary because skillful fast readers do not
individualize the text when reading at high speeds.
> You become accustomed to grasping a whole word or a
group of words at one glance. In this way you activate your peripheral vision
facilities. You study how to read without haste, because the program responds to
the speed you have chosen and does not react to your haste. The "Magic Speed
Reading" inclues 15 different computerized trainings.