What Is Speed Reading And The Scientific Facts [infographic]

Your teacher in English tasked you to make a book report covering more than five chapters to read along with an in-depth discussion on what exactly was intended in the piece.

What else could possibly go wrong?

Speed things up, a few periods after, your history teacher decided to it was high time to give you that long overdue extra long quiz covering World War I and II. Now, all these are reasonably spanned reading material for a bookworm or over-achiever on a high caffeine intake.

But for the normal procrastinating bunch that tends to prioritize stuff differently?

They must be practically crouching on what to do and how in the world would they be ever able to read through this amount of material.

The answer? Speed reading.

That’s right my fellow procrastinators, crammers and basically anyone trying to tackle a giant mound of words, speed reading is the solution. What is speed reading you ask? Well, you can actually find it all here in this infographic below. It gives you an in-depth orientation of the scientific facts and on what you are getting into if you aim to improve or develop your speed reading comprehension.

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