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#25582 01/05/02 08:32 PM
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Paul or Dana,
if i practice the PR system with the book for a month, would i be able to take 6 courses each semester and also read important info for fun??
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#25583 01/06/02 04:05 PM
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That's (if it's 18 credits) possible without Photoreading. A month of practice on easy books is good enough. You'll have more time to study what's important instead of reading everything the same speed.






#25584 01/06/02 10:27 PM
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thanks Andy

Sorry, i am not too sure by what u mean of 18 credits. I guess i failed to mention that I meant I need to take 6 courses (couple hours each) per semester (fall and winter).
I was wondering if the book itself could help me get good marks on this overload.
As well, If i get a hang of PR in a month is it feasible to take 3 courses each in spring and summer?
Is it even possible to learn pr in a month - with the book- as i am very broke
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18 to me used to mean 6 classes a semester, 3 hours (roughly) per week each.

1 hour M-W-F or 1.5 hours T-Th

That is entirely possible without Photoreading because I've seen many (some of them not too bright) people do it.

Photoreading would cut your reading time and study time down and yeah, you can learn it in a month but I think actually using it for real on the classes would make it work even better.

Paul never once mentions "LEVERAGE" in his book or course - probably because Tony Robbins beats it to death but he's right. If you have a real reason for reading something you'll be more into it than if you're just "learning" something or "testing" the system or "practicing Photoreading." I'm willing to bet that the people here that like PR and have it working for them have actually used it on something IN REALITY and those that have just went thru the motions to "see if this works" don't like it or don't have it working for them.







#25586 01/08/02 06:55 AM
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thanks again Andy

I think I would like to be "prepared" before taking 6 classes ( about 10-15 hrs week-maybe more)...

Even if that preparation comes from school material or just general interest, as long as my mind becomes use to the process.
For me, it is Activation.






#25587 01/07/02 10:00 PM
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..just wondering if this was a realistic goal!

How long would i have to pr to achieve these results? Every day?
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#25588 01/10/02 03:39 AM
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#25589 01/16/02 01:03 AM
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PLR, i guess the answer is no then.






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great Plr,

It all just depends on how much you use it. If you use PR all the time, and you don't use regular reading, PR will become more natural faster. Practice time is not what is needed. Like Nike says "Just do it." Hope that helps.

-Will







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For what it's worth I used PR for about a week, and went through a chapter of Abnormal Psychology in about fifteen minutes of activation. I needed a few more activation sessions, the best are thirty minutes, before I could feel like I could get an "A" on the test.

It's really worth the effort.







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