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Rapid Reading #54098
07/25/00 12:00 AM
07/25/00 12:00 AM
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scudeira Offline OP
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Which other speed-reading system should I use for the Rapid Reading phase...I would also like to improve my sheer mechanical eye speed why rapid reading a book.

I find that a lot of books don't require rapid reading - but it gives me satisfaction - at least in these early stages...

scudeira


Re: Rapid Reading #54099
07/25/00 12:23 PM
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I don't know what you mean by "which other speed reading technique should I use for the Rapid Reading phase."

Rapid Reading really is the ideal way to go through materials when you want more in-depth information/knowledge after activating a book.

I've also found that I don't need to Rapid Read most books, but I do it now and then for pure enjoyment.

And, yes, the more you Rapid Read the better you get with it.


Re: Rapid Reading #54100
07/25/00 03:23 PM
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OK - I understood rapid reading to be fast traditional reading - I guess I have to look into it more...

scudeira



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