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Reading Technique vs Reading Strategy

Reading Technique vs Reading Strategy

  • Reading strategy have more importance than reading techniques for difficult texts - The actual time consuming process is the processing of difficult text and not the reading speed
  • Speed reading and other reading techniques require more concentration hence making it less sustainable for longer texts

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Really like to research and read about topics I absolutely don't need to

I often wish to be able to read lots of non-fiction books, research papers and other texts but It is very time consuming. This is an effort to reduce the time required and increase productivity while studying

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