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6 Steps to Read Difficult Texts Faster

6 Steps to Read Difficult Texts Faster

Whether you are reading some papers for your assignment or going through files for work, you will likely come across some type of text almost every day.  Reading is surely an integral part of our lives. However, where reading is essential, it can also be very mentally exhausting for most people. Especially if the text […]

Does Reading More Increase Reading Speed?

Does Reading More Increase Reading Speed?

You can increase your reading speed by reading and practicing regularly. The average person reads anywhere from 150 – 250 words per minute (wpm). However, a fast reader can easily read more than 400 wpm. Many people want to increase their reading speed. These include students who need to conduct research, employees who have to […]

How Can I Sharpen My Mind?

How Can I Sharpen My Mind?

There are many ways to sharpen the mind. But these can be consolidated into four – eliminate or reduce stress, keep your body in good shape, exercise your brain, and take specially-designed memory courses. You should be interested in sharpening your mind to understand and recall what you read easily. In this post, we’ll tell […]

What Are The Reading Techniques?

What Are The Reading Techniques?

The most productive reading techniques are SQ3R, skimming, scanning, active reading, detailed reading, speed reading, and Structure-Proposition-Evaluation reading. Reading techniques are approaches to reading that you can employ to become a better and more accomplished reader. The techniques will help you read faster, understand what you read better, and remember what you read better. This […]

How Fast Can The Fastest Reader Read?

How Fast Can The Fastest Reader Read?

The world’s fastest reader record belongs to Howard Stephen Berg, popularly referred to as Speedy Berg. He read over 25,000 words per minute in 1990 and set the record at 80 pages per minute. Have you ever wondered if you could read a 1000-page textbook in a day?  Well, it’s normal to think you’re not […]

Your paper brain and your Kindle brain aren't the same thing

Your Paper Brain And Your Kindle Brain Aren’t The Same Thing

Long ago, there was only one way to read text as books, newspapers, and magazines only came in print form. That is until November of 2007 when tech giant Amazon released the first e-reader, the Kindle. In five and a half hours, the innovative product sold out. The excitement was that you could get any […]