One of the biggest challenges for students of all ages is reading and memorizing all the required material. Most people seem to think that the more time they spend thinking about a topic, the more they remember. But it doesn’t have to be like that. Indeed, it is the opposite. If you have already read one of the pages and do not remember what was the beginning. Reading is difficult for you. This article will teach you how to fix the problem. Visit our site for more about Reading tricks.
The main reason people read slowly and don’t remember what they read is because they support it. This means that they said all the words to themselves. If the content is poorly written, it may be somewhat necessary, but a well-written book, report, document. Whatever it is, it should be easy to read, fast and easy to understand.
When subvocalizing, the maximum speed you can achieve is about 250 words per minute. But this is not the exception, however, John F. Kennedy’s ability to read 5,000 words per minute, which means that he could catch up on the news of everything that happened at night, by reading all the national newspapers over breakfast.
The truth is, with a little practice, you can read about 2,000 words per minute, and even in half the time, your comprehension will increase dramatically. This is because your brain is better able to concentrate without being distracted. What happens when you support him? You may notice that you start thinking about other things while reading, this is because your brain is not fully engaged.
Let’s say you are going to read a non-fiction book. The first thing you want to do is look at the table of contents. Ask yourself how it is organized. If you are not looking at the manual, you can see three to five sections. Then there are three to five chapters under each of these chapters. Take a moment to observe how each chapter contributes to your understanding of the various sections.
The next thing you should do is read the summaries of each chapter. or the chapter you are going to read you can write down the main points to be discussed. One or two lines will be enough.
Then look at the chapter title to remember how the chapter developed. Make sure you understand the main points of this chapter.
It seems to you that all preparation is a waste of time. You can have a much better time reading. The thing is, you already know it isn’t because of the things you’ve already read.
When you’re done with all of that, you’re ready to read this chapter.
Make sure you are comfortable at a table or desk and that your book has enough light. If you’re reading during the day, make sure the light is coming from a direction that won’t block your book or eyes.
With your left hand, hold the book on top of the table. This will prevent it from closing and also allow you to change pages. Then use your index and middle fingers to “highlight” the words you read, with your eyes following your fingers.
Lift your fingers fast enough to avoid screaming. You may feel a little uncomfortable at first. You may feel that you are missing keywords and phrases. That’s fine, you’ll learn to read and it will take some practice to get used to it. Over time, you’ll notice that your speed will increase. This may not last long. You should notice your speed at least double in the first hour.
After a while you will find that you don’t even need to underline the word. Where you can slide your finger or hand across a page at such speed you can read an entire page in seconds.
So you know the power of this reading technique. Consider a book of 250 pages. This is the average length of a non-fiction book you’ll buy at your local bookstore. Such a book would be 75,000 words or more. It depends on the number of charts, numbers or images.
At 250 words per minute, you should read a total of 300 minutes, or five hours. Most people don’t have time to sit still. And hardly anyone can concentrate for that long without a break. If you read diligently for an hour every day, you can do it in a week, but very few can do that.