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#54084 07/10/00 08:50 AM
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Hi all,

I am about to undertake a large amount of study, for which I havve deceided to tackle via the syntopic reading procedure, I was wonder if any of you could share experiences and challenges, so that my reading/study process can be as easy as I can make it.

Also, when super reading and dipping, any ideas on how to stop yourself from 'dipping'too much' ?


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Drew


#54085 07/11/00 01:19 AM
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For me it is definitely better to dip less than I would be inclined. On a subseqent run on another day through the book I seldom want to dip further into the area.

Incubation works wonders!


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I find when I super read and dip too much it's because I require plenty of comprehension! Doing several runs of Super reading and dipping, you'll probably find that you'll dip as less. But if your Syntopic reading ... it more than likely you require comprehension of a particular topic. Speed reading at one point never hurts is probably where ya wanna go!

Michael Saikali


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