View Full Version : How can I Read Effectively? Efficiently ??

01-24-2009, 02:49 AM
By reading the titles, sub-title, scan key words, images.captions...any other tips???.....

its takes sooooo long to read word-by-word....not very useful by doing this soooooooooooo

and what is speed reading???

any helpsssssssss:o:o

p.s: i got some information of the net........

Shridhar Bhatt
01-24-2009, 03:34 AM
There is little change in the heading..It needs to read fast, understand and learn.here goes a e book..

• Description

Different strategies make a huge difference in results. By using the strategy outlined in Learn More, Study Less, I have:

- Aced University finals with little or no studying.
- Scored first in an advanced inter-province Chemistry exam Without even being aware I was needed to take the test until five minutes before writing it.
- Read over 70 books each year.
- Scored in the top three percentile for a national exam. Despite never having taken the course being tested.
- Minimized course work to maintain an A average while running a part-time business, presiding over a Toastmasters club, exercising daily and still being able to socialize and party.

What will you be able to do with the book?

1. Understand how learning is supposed to work with the holistic learning strategy.

2. Identify your weaknesses along the 6 Stages of Holistic Learning--and get specific tools to improve them.

3. Learn the key studying habits to learn more in less time. Give yourself more time for starting a business, being with family or just having fun!

4. Be able to classify information into the 5 different formats--and know exactly what strategy to use for each.

5. Implement the steps necessary to make any subject fascinate you, so studying doesn't need to bore you to death.

6. Learn techniques such as speed reading, active reading and flow-based notetaking to understand information more quickly.

7. Learn the 3 core holistic learning methods that allow you to "get" any subject.

8. Discover how to “peg” or “compress” information to cut down study time, even on the densest courses.

9. Get the tools to educate yourself, so you can still learn quickly without expensive tutors and courses.

10. Find out how to get access to university courses--for free!

11. Adapt the techniques to fit your particular learning style.

12. Use bonus material print-outs to easily practice the new techniques.

Here is the link



01-24-2009, 03:40 AM
thank u so much Shridhar for the information:)

02-02-2009, 10:39 PM
did it work?

02-07-2009, 03:50 AM
well Bluelotus..... the document Shridhar suggested was more then 100 pages so...
havent read fully..just went over headings......

but this how i do:

read title.
sub titles..
sub sub titles.
image captions.......
also notedown the main points

i dont read every single paragraph........just read the main part of it......and examples........
thats about it