Skimming is a method of reading whereby you read through a text quickly, without stopping to read every word. But speed reading requires you to read through a text at a faster pace than normal. Skimming is faster than speed reading because you don’t have to read every word. Skimming and speed reading are both […]
Speed reading involves utilizing your peripheral vision and eliminating subvocalization (silent speech) to scan blocks of text. Speed reading can not only save you time, but it can also help improve the comprehension of what you read and the ability to recall that information. Speed reading can help you consume large volumes of text and […]
Speed reading is an approach to learning where readers read at extremely high speeds (often 200 – 1000 words per minute) to absorb information faster. The premise is not to remember every detail but to take in as much information as possible within the shortest time. Some people can indeed read very fast, take, for […]
How fast do you read? Is it above or below average? In the video below, you’ll learn about the variety of factors that influence your reading speed. You’ll also learn about the various benefits to increasing your reading speed from a productivity standpoint.
Speed reading is not the same as skimming. Skimming is one way to improve your reading speed, but it is not the only one. Speed reading also involves using your peripheral vision and your eyes’ rapid, jerky movement to take in chunks of text at a time. There is a misconception that when you speed […]
Have you ever felt you have so much to read and so little time to cover it all? Many people have been there – the student with many textbooks, the leisure reader with many interesting fiction books, the professional with many documents to review, etc. Interestingly, with speed-reading, you can read much more than you […]