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Do Speed Reading Programs Work?

Do Speed Reading Programs Work?

Speed reading programs can improve your reading speed and comprehension by mastering various techniques such as skimming, scanning, and reducing subvocalization. You may be curious whether speed reading works if you’re considering taking a speed reading class or using an app to help you read more quickly.  Like many other people who want to speed […]

How to Speed Read and Remember Everything

How to Speed Read and Remember Everything

You need to create goals, exercise mindfulness, lessen subvocalization, scan the text for keywords, connect new knowledge to what you already know, train your brain with impressions, associations, and repetition, take notes, and write summaries to speed read and retain everything. Everybody enjoys a good book. And when we’re done, we can still recall the […]

How to Speed Read Piano Chord Symbols

How to Speed Read Piano Chord Symbols

Playing piano efficiently requires learning different skills to improve yourself. The piano is an instrument that harmonizes different notes to produce the sounds listeners hear.  A fundamental skill to achieving some mastery in this field is knowing how to read chords.  You must undergo certain practice sessions and key lessons to understand how to speed-read […]

11 UCAT Verbal Reasoning Tips

11 UCAT Verbal Reasoning Tips (Explained for Beginners)

The UCAT verbal reasoning segment is a high-tension part of the UCAT exam, which is why you need practical tips to pass it. You’ll need to sharpen your retention, answer questions strategically, scan at high speed, and manage your time effectively.  UCAT is an exam specifically developed to ensure that healthcare professionals meet all the […]

How to Improve Reading Speed If You Have Dyslexia

How to Improve Reading Speed If You Have Dyslexia

Dyslexics can increase their reading speed by practicing more frequently, avoiding subvocalization, improving their visual span, and expanding their vocabulary. It may surprise you to learn that those who have dyslexia have a higher probability of becoming proficient speed readers. In his book “Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World,” Jeffrey Freed argues that children with […]

What Is Subvocalization in Reading

What Is Subvocalization in Reading? (Explained!)

Subvocalization is a form of silent speech. It is a subconscious trait that occurs when someone makes an internal speech to translate printed words by sound. It helps the mind to access meanings and remember the terms in a text.  Many people aren’t aware that they subvocalize while reading. However, the impact of this habit […]