Speed Reading

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The alleged ability to read 10,000 to 25,000 words/minute
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Child speedreading prodigy Toby L'Estrange had downloaded it to his Kindle and posted his review on the website within 59 minutes of its midnight launch on July 31.
A 10-YEAR-OLD speedreading prodigy has finished the new Harry Potter story, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Parts One and Two, in just 59 minutes.
The schoolboy can read an average 400-page book in less than two hours using techniques he learned from his grandmother Susan Norman, a speedreading expert.
He will immediately start speedreading at a rate of 1,000 words per minute.
According to Jim Kwik, the founder of Kwik Learning and a speedreading and memory expert, you should use a visual pacer (your finger, a pen, the computer mouse) to underline every single word as you read it.
"So much of the Web experience is based on speedreading, and people looking for information often have a short attention span."
This process is called SpeedReading. The authors call the second objective of the book SpeedReaching--a logical extension of SpeedReading that shows you how to get through to others by speaking their language.
I remember by the age of eight our reading skills were so developed, we were doing speedreading exercises.
It's just like every speedreading course ever offered by the Learning Annex: read the introduction, where the writer outlines what he's going to say, and the conclusion, where he repeats what he's said.
He admitted to speedreading documents and gave no weight to a petition signed by almost 250 employees stating that the cash for jobs allegations were false.