Breakthrough Rapid Reading by Peter Kump from Wood Reading Dynamics. presents his do-it-yourself program for increasing reading speed. Generally recognized as one of the best books on the subject is ‘Breakthrough Rapid Reading’ by Peter Kump. Kump was National Director of Education for. As a fast and versatile reader since the early nineties, I own and have read both books, as well as most books in the genre. Peter Kump’s book is much older.

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Published November 1st by Prentice Hall Press first published Really helped me pick my reading speed. In apeed heavy day of leisurely reading, I could expect to read about pages of an average book prior to taking this course, now I could easily read a book or two a day.

Super valuable lesosns and important to understand techniques, well written and explained and the practice exercises, though I didn’t do them, were really well designed. It’s almost one of those situations in w This book was an interesting read for so many reasons.

Imagine being forced to attend ballet classesand you have such a hard time going through the drills and techniques you start hating ball Rating: So, after researching books on speed reading, I found this one with the highest praise and reviews and started in on it. When you see this, it typically means that the writer isn’t a speed reader and doesn’t know what they are talking about.


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I highly recommend that everyone try a system like this out because of the dramatic difference it will make in your ability to get thru the reading material you long to go thru.

If you are a student or need to read for your job, the techniques around selective reading and recall will help you to hit much, much breqkthrough rates while getting everything you need out of a book or article, magazine, email, etc. One is brwakthrough our eyes make saccads from word to word instead of moving smoothly.

When I was using this, I was able to work up to four words at a time with a speed of words per minute. Type or paste some text into the text box and then click on the Spreed! Breakthrouhh book is not just about reading fast moving eyes quickly, etc.

If a slacker like me can make that kind of improvement Return to Book Page. You start out skeptically trying reaading the author is instructing you to do, and after a few weeks you find that your reading has dramatically improved.

Breakthrough Rapid Reading

Your brain learns how to read and comprehend words as units, without subvocalizing them. You can also go ahead and add books to Spreeder to speed read through entire books. Nov 13, Derek rated it really liked it.

In the first couple of chapters I was able to increase my speed significantly without losing comprehension. And so little time to read them. Pg – I like that he presents the other techniques skimming and scanning.


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See 1 question about Breakthrough Rapid Reading…. With just seven minutes study a day, students can be up and reading faster within a week breakghrough they so desired. I first used it for a class during my second year of college. But you rememebr more than you think, and you don’t really remember even with the old slow method anyway.

But to become a fast spred, you have to practice, practice and practice I could have read three times as many books over those years, and it would have been an enormous help in grad school. A You can expect “traditional reading” up to about words per minute WPMprobably a bit less. View all 3 comments. A Yes and no.

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Speaking every word to yourself? After only 2 weeks, and with some tedious measurements, I found I really could force myself to read almost twice as fast. As for the advice itself, there is too much repetition and too little apeed. Speed reading would ruin it for me, wouldn’t it? Jan 17, Jim is currently reading it Shelves: What I came to discover, though, is that I don’t want to read fast.