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#45772 10/18/05 09:31 PM
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Aim going take the ACT test in the in about a month and all I have to study for the test is big prep book. I was wondering was wondering how you would use the photoreading system to study for that kind of test, for example how would you preview a 700 page text book. Without missing to many details.

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Treast each chapters as a books.And also photoread the chapter 1~2 beofre and 1~2 after.For example,If you want to read chapter 3 ,you can photoread from 1 to 5,and activate 3 only.Use Paul's strategy

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Learn the system first on other non fiction books not relating to the test material.

If you don't know how to PhotoRead learning it using the study material will hanper your progress because you're learning two important things at once. If you have trouble with either of the material it will be difficult to separate where the problem lies.

In other words you don't save time learning PhotoReading on the stuff that has an important test attached.

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I wouldn't bother using photoreading for the Reading section on the test.. just tangerine technique, trigger words, and rapid read.


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