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SpeeRead - Your expert training system for optimized speed reading
From the moment you start training in fast reading, it is advisable to note that optimized reading starts from a reading speed of over 1000 words per minute (wpm). Over this threshold the working memory functions optim so that you can read fast and, in the mean time, you can understand most of the information even from the first reading of a text. This reading speed threshold is reached and exceeded by constant training.
In October 2017 we registered the first SpeeRead user that reached and exceeded a reading speed level above 1000 wpm.
Performance has been achieved with the second training program since August 2017. The first training program was completed in January 2014.
See the evolution graph at reading speed below.
Read Andrea's testimony about this special performance.
I am Andrea, a 22-year-old student who likes to constantly develop herself by learning and trying new things. This is how I came across Speeread 4 years ago. The program was not fully developed yet, but it was helpful even back then, considering I was right before my baccalaureate exam. My initial reading speed was around 288 wpm and at the end of the trainings it was 526 wpm. I was happy with my result but I didn’t continue with the trainings, because I was busy with moving and starting college. However, this year I decided to go for it again. I was sure that my reading speed slowed down to 280-300 wpm, but I was pleasantly surprised, since my initial score this year was almost the same as my final score 4 years ago. Since I started again, I took the trainings very seriously and I went through them every day. Each week I felt that I was getting better, the speeds which seemed impossible at the beginning started to feel comfortable, even too slow after a while. After 6 weeks of trainings I finally reached a speed above 1000 wpm (1271). At first, I couldn’t believe it, but if I think about it, it’s not just about the reading speed. I observed that since I trained my eye muscles to move so fast I notice things around me faster in my day to day life, I understand connections quicker. I am always the first to finish my readings in class. Also, I have more free time at home, because I can finish my assignments so much earlier. And I am not planning to stop with the trainings anytime soon. I will strive for progress and for maintaining my speed. This is an amazing tool for everyone, regardless if you are a student, a professionist or just somebody who would like to learn something new. It is worth it and I would definitely recommend it!
See the evolution graph at memory capacity below.
Andrea is available to share her learning experience with SpeeRead programs.
Contact Andrea here.
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