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How to Read Faster and Have More Study Time

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Tip 1: Read Only the First Sentence of the Paragraph

Writers often use it to convey the paragraph' subject.

Note, however, that you may miss details, especially so in literature books.

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It often wraps up the thought expressed and provides a connection to the next paragraph.

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After skimming first and last sentences and deciding to read a paragraph, move your eyes quickly over each line and look for phrases and key words. 

Your mind will automatically fill in the words in between.

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Ignore small words like: it, to, a, an, and, be… 

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You are probably already aware of the key words in the subject you're studying. Focus your time on the material around those key points.

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If the book is yours, mark key thoughts in the margins. Makes reviewing easier.

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 Write important information as questions alongside their page number so you can check your answers if necessary. These will serve as practice test.

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Good posture helps you stay awake and read longer. If reading puts you to sleep read sitting up.

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Try reading quickly when you are not pressured with a deadline. Over time you will get faster.

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  1. Read Only the First Sentence of the Paragraph: Often used to convey the paragraph' subject. In doing so you may miss details, especially in literature books.
  2. Skip to the Last Sentence of the Paragraph: It often wraps up the thought expressed and provides a con...

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Do you have a lot of paperwork to get through with a deadline that continues to stalk you around every corner? Do you have a lot of reading to do? Do you simply just want to read at a faster rate, whether it be for your own personal reasons, or for work? So, how to read faster? Here are 10 proven ways to help increase your reading speed.

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