You can read faster right now. When you understand how does you are read then your
speed will up. Try read two words ones time. Read only interesting texts.
User of magic speed reading software say
I can read a typical 120,000 word novel in two hours, and I sub vocalize
regularly, so I doubt that sub vocalising is the sole problem. More probably is chunking.
I notice I chunk a lot of things, reading a couple of words at a time rather than
a single word at a time. One thing that I do notice myself doing is painting "word
pictures" when reading expository lumps, rather than
sub vocalising the words themselves.
> By using Speed reading software, you can improve
facilities of speed reading. You needn't practice special exercises; it
is just enough to read and periodical practice. Look at
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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.