Speed-Reading Techniques [from http://www.indwes.edu/tuesday/speed.htm]

Speed-Reading Techniques

I was a Bible college student when one of our chapels featured a
guest speaker who taught us how to speed-read. At the time I didn’t
need the skill since most collateral reading assignments in my courses
were under 500 pages, but I started practicing just for the fun of it
– sort of like a private parlor game. However all that changed when I
wound up in graduate school at Princeton Seminary and several Profs.
expected me to read several thousand pages of collateral along
with the five or six textbooks. That’s when I got serious about speed
reading. Here is the collection of what I practiced then, and picked up
since. The first thing I had to do was toss away the reading myths I
had held so long.

Reading Myths

1. Reading is linear. I had always figured reading was
a linear process; you know, start up front and grind through to the
very end in the exact order it was printed in. Reading is no more
linear than thinking is, (or I eventually discovered, than writing; few
writers start at the beginning — indeed, they usually “write the first
part last.”

2. True reading is word-for-word. I started as a kid
looking at individual letters. They didn’t help much. Next I started
sounding out syllables. Finally, I could read whole words. Why stop
with words? Well, I know one reason… I had a college professor who made
us swear we had “Read every single word” of our collateral reading.
Why? He didn’t make us swear we’d “read every single letter.” The
answer is simple: that professor (like me) had never moved from
letters, syllables, and words, to reading phrases, sentences and
paragraphs. He assumed the only way to read thoroughly was by the
laborious method of reading one word at a time.

3. Reading is a laborious task which takes a long time. Not at all! Reading can be both fun and fast. Indeed, speed reading is like auto racing — it is far more exciting.

4. All parts of a book are of equal value. This myth
persists until you actually write your own book. Then, all at once you
realize there is “filler” material , illustrations, and even sometimes
whole chapters jammed into a book just because the publisher insisted.
Take messages for instance. Ever hear a message and wish you could put
it on fast forward over that long story illustrating a point you
already understand? Well, in reading you can fast forward.

5. Reading faster will reduce retention. Sorry. It
should be that way, shouldn’t it? Those who groan slowly through a book
painstakingly sounding out every single word, maybe even moving their
lips, should get a greater reward shouldn’t they? Sorry. In fact, speed
reading techniques will increase one’s comprehension and retention.

Getting Ready to Read

So, we’re ready to read. But don’t read the book yet. There are a few steps to take first.

FIRST: ELIMINATE ALL DISTRACTIONS: Get rid of ANYthing
your mind could think about besides the reading material. Is there
conversation? Activity? TV? An uncomfortable seat? Music in the
background? (OK OK, I know many of my readers are college students who
claim they “study better” with music in the background. Go ahead and
claim it — but you are wrong. You might “like it” better, but you do
not study better. ANYthing which might occupy your mind waters down
your concentration — even occupying your “mind-in-background.” Fool
yourself if you wish — but if you really are serious about reading
faster, eliminate distractions.

SECOND: Ask: What is my purpose? Why are you reading
this? And what kind of literature is it? Is it a classic or fiction
work you are reading for fun? Then, why hurry through it at all? Like a
leisurely meal, sit back and taste each bite — turn over the delicious
phrases in your mind. Or is collateral reading for a course where you
are must be familiar with the central notions? Then finding the notions
is why you are reading, right? Or maybe you are reading collateral
where you will be tested on the content? Or maybe collateral reading
where you will be required to say, “I read every single word?” Or is
this a book where you will be tested on the terms and dates therein?
Or, maybe you are just reading the book searching for some new ideas
for your own situation. Or you have to write a review. Or maybe you
plan to teach it to others. See how different your purpose might be for
each? Before you open the book, take a minute to state your purpose to
yourself. It will largely determine how you read the book from then on.

THIRD: Do a 10 minute PRE-READ. Take ten minutes or
less and pre-read the entire book. Go ahead and try this if you’ve
never done it before. Treat a book like a jigsaw puzzle. Dump it out,
then organize all the pieces first before putting it together. Read the
dust cover and any cover reviews. Then look through the author blurb.
Move to the Table of Contents and see if you can figure out the whole
book from this page. Page through the entire book, page by page and
glance through all summaries, tables, pull-out quotes,
diagrams(especially), and scan through all the section titles and you
go.

Chances are you’ll find the KEY CHAPTER while you are doing this. Some publishers say (off the record, of course) “A book is simply one great chapter with a dozen other filler chapters.” If this is so, find that chapter.

FOURTH: Read the KEY CHAPTER. Start using the rapid
reading techniques mentioned later to read this KEY CHAPTER through.
You are not obligated to wait until you have read all the chapters
before this one, as if you must eat your green beans before the ice
cream. The book is yours — go ahead and get the central idea before
you start!

Once you’ve read the key chapter you are ready to read the rest. In
order from the front to the back, or in some other order which better
suits your purpose. Now for some actual reading tips tips.

III. Rapid Reading Techniques

1. Raise your speed- comfort level. How comfortable
are you speeding in a car? How fast do you have to go before you feel
you are “on the edge?” 70 MPH? 90? 120? How about 210 MPH, the speed
the Indy car drivers can average? Get the point? Some people have
learned to drive faster; their comfort level has been raised. You can
do the same thing for reading. Face it, speed-reading isn’t mostly
about technique; it is about mind set. Indeed this may be the reason
you can play a CD while reading — you are merely driving along at
25MPH. Can you imagine an Indy car driver playing music in the
background? No. The driver focuses all his or her skills on the track.
If you are out for a Sunday afternoon stroll in your book, then ignore
this. But if you are serious about becoming a speed-reader, then start
expecting more of yourself.

2. See the book as a mine full of ORE not GOLD. Books
offer wonderful gold to the prospector. But the reader must sort
through tons of ore to find and refine the gold. The speed reader
changes mindsets: quits fooling around with the ore and searches for
the gold. What is a book anyway? What are words? They are “carriers” of
truth, thoughts, ideas, a thesis, information, terms, concepts,
notions. One reads a book to get the message, not to obsess on the
words. (I’m tempted here to talk about Bible study, but we shall let it
pass this time.) Switch your mindset to looking for the gold.

3. Quit Subvocalizing. Most of us learned to read by
sounding out the words. The trouble is, most of us never stopped. Sure,
maybe we no longer audibly sound them out, or even move our lips, but
in our heads we are “reading to ourselves.” We have learned to read by
Mouth-and-Ear. To become a speed reader one must discard this habit (or
at least reduce it) and adopt the eye-and-mind method. It is mostly a
matter of mind set. Instead of acting like the ear (even in one inside
your head) is the route to the mind, begin believing that the eye is
the gate to the mind. Start drinking in books through your eyes. Let
the books pass into the mind directly from the eye, skipping the mouth
and ears. Go ahead and start trying it.

4. Use your finger. For most beginning speed-readers
this is a shock. They remember reading in grade school with their
finger and assume it slows one down. Actually the finger is your pace
car. It leads you forward at a speedy pace, and keeps you on focus and
avoiding back-skipping. There are several ways to use your finger (or
hand) but just try it out for starters. As you improve, buy one of the
books on speed-reading and settle on the pattern which works best for
you.

5. Break the Back-skip habit. Most of us read along a
line of type like this one to get the interpretation of the meaning,
but as we read our eyes jump back to dwell on a word we just passed. We
do this without knowing it. In fact, probably the only way to discover
how many times you back skip is to have someone watch you read and
count the eye-darts back. But, unless you have someone you feel pretty
comfortable staring you in the face while you read, just trust me –
you probably back-skip. How to stop? First confess you do it. Then
start recognizing when you do it. Finally when tempted to back-skip,
treat the book like a movie — that is, even if you miss something in a
movie, you don’t stop the video and replay it. You just let it flow on
through, hoping you’ll make it up later.

6. Use your peripheral vision. Just like you must develop a
muscle in the gym, so your mind can be trained to use the eye-gate to
take in a broader amount of data. For instance, instead of reading left
to right across the lines, pretend there is a line right down the
middle of this page and you are following the line. Let your eye take
in through peripheral vision the phrases to the right or left. Can you
do it? With practice you can train your mind to read on “both sides of
the road” even though your eyes are on the center line. To practice
this skill most speed readers actually draw lines down pages of a book
until they have mastered the skill with an invisible line. Let your
mind drink in the information on the page without looking directly at
it — just like you “see” the sides of the road when driving an
automobile.

7. Learn to read KEY WORDS. 40-60% of the words on a
page are neither critical nor important. Indeed, if someone took
white-out and hid them from your sight, you could still figure out what
the paragraph was communicating. So, it stands to reason that if you
could figure out which are these KEY WORDS you could scan past the
other words and let your mind fill in the blank. Train your mind to
find these key words and you’ll add even more speed to your reading.

8. Eliminate “Bus Stops” (Eye rests). As your eyes
read down this line they stop periodically and “rest” on a word.
Children’s eyes often rest on every single word as they learn to read.
Then as you grow your eyes move smoothly down the line like a lawn
mower, then you stop a split second on a word, then start back up
again. Most reader never get over this habit, but like a bus stopping
at every corner, it slows down your progress. Try to reduce your eye
rests to 3-4 per line, maybe even less as you get better… keep the eye
moving smoothly line after line, letting your mind drink in the
knowledge on the line.

9. Take breaks. The research is clear. Steady reading
hour after hour is less efficient than taking a five minute break every
hour or less. Sit down to read 100 pages in the next hour. Set an alarm
even. Then reward yourself with a cookie or sandwich when you’ve
reached your goal in 60 minutes.

10. Set a time goal. Have a 300 page book to read?
Decide how fast you’ll read it. If you are not a speedy reader, maybe
you’ll only set the US average reading speed as your goal: one page a
minute (250 words/min.). Or if you are already an above average reader,
set 100 pages an hour and plunge in. If you picked 100 pages an hour,
that’s 50 in a half hour, 17 per 10 minutes or 1.7 pages per minute.
Keep on track… pretend like you are in an auto race… push yourself,
concentrate, get yourself out there on the “racer’s edge” — the line
just short of out-of-control, yet still in command. Do it; it will be
exciting!

IV Retention Techniques

1. Underline, circle, make margin notes. Not
highlighting the whole page like some students do! Usually you will not
mark more than two or three items per page, and many pages will have no
markings. Marking pages increases recall — do you have a marked-up
Bible? If you do, you can almost “see” the page in your head when
recalling it. Marking helps. (Highlighting may help — your own
markings, however, are probably superior).

2. Dog-ear important pages. In a 250 page book there
will probably be 25 pages worth dog-earing. Turn down the page to
return later. The bigger the dog-ear the more important the page. Most
books have only four or five half-page-dog ears.

3. Transfer key notes to front of book. Got a great
point here? The central message? The quote which essentially represents
the whole book? Write it down in the front of the book. Why? Generally
speaking when it comes to new information you either “Use it or lose it
in 20 minutes.” When you discover it, flip the book open to the front
and scribble it down; it will cement the notion into your mind. Better
yet, link it to something you already know and write that down too.
Linked information can be recalled far better than isolated information.

4. When finished, re-read dog-eared pages. Just run back through and re-read the gold. Here is the essence of the book (if you made judgements right going through).

5. Now write an “abstract” in the back or front. You are
finished! Go for a pizza… but not just yet. Take a few more minutes and
write an “abstract” up front in your own words. When the writer
submitted the proposal for this book, he or she probably actually had a
single paragraph or page, outlining what this book was all about. To
summarize the book, simply “reverse engineer” the book back to the
author’s abstract or thesis.

6. Consider drawing a “MindMap” of the contents. If
you are going to be tested on this book, get someone to teach you how
to use Tony Buzan’s “Mind Map” to remember the entire book on a single
page. Remember, the mind mostly recalls ideas and pictures, not words.
A Mind Map will enable you to “picture” the whole book and you’ll look
like you posses a “photographic” (which you really don’t need, if you
simply follow the advice in this article).

7. But if you borrowed the book, and can’t mark it,
dog-ear it, or otherwise “use” this took — then use 3M stickers
instead of dog-ears, and write your comments on half-sheets of paper as
you go.

Finally,
remember this: speed-reading is not some magical secret you can pick up
in ten minutes and Presto! You now can read 1000 words per minute.
True, you can learn to read faster; perhaps double your present
speed in two weeks. But to become a life-long rapid reader (like
becoming a proficient race car driver) takes time, concentration and
practice. This short article can get you started, but to really become
expert you’ll need to practice plenty.

To help you develop this skill further try one of the many books on rapid reading. (You only need one to start with, most all articles (like this one) books and courses basically cover similar techniques.)

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  1. Brilliant and succinct article that gave me enough information to practise with, but didn’t carry on for so long that my brain drooled out my ear.

    For info on Tony Buzan’s “Mind Map” check out wikipedias reference it gives a good grounding on the subject;

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_Map

    cheers

    Tyrrell

  2. Thank you for the clear synopsis of speed reading. I’m currently a senior in college looking forward to years in graduate school. These techniques should help me out in the long run.

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  4. Nice article, though most of the things noticed here I subconsciously did already.

    One thing I noticed very recently is that also the ‘formatting’ of the material you read, seams to make a great difference:

    I printed out an E-book, but to save on paper I printed it out with no margins and in 5 point letters – this will only work when you have hawk-eye vision :-).

    (the original book was 400 pages, and I printed it on 32)

    I read the book considerably faster then it would usually have taken… I think what plays a role in this, is that there is a lot more room for peripheral vision – I mean, because every line contains far more words/information, the periferal vision picks up more, thus speeding up the reading process.

    Wonder, if others ever noticed this??

    Rgs,
    David

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  6. I read 6k-8k/wpm, now I can’t read anything properly. it’s become a habit, my eyes finish reading a page and my brain will register those keywords 0.5 seconds later. if I get lost, i must turn back several pages.

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  9. thanks a lot! i hope i improve my reading speed. i love reading but it’s always difficult to find time to read just for pleasure as there is often plenty of information to be read through.

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  11. thanks this is a good experience and i quite agree with you music, tv, or radio does not help me read. it is so good to have this info.

  12. I think that one has to read more and as I learned at one mind speed reading seminar with instructor Nikolas from Croatia I had to go faster than I can comprehend to change my speed and comprehension. And then read at great comprehension and concentration and still I will read at least double as fast as before. IT IS TRUE. At first I was sceptical but I tryed and now I read a lot faster and easier and ENJOY my readings.
    We humans didnt believe that earth is round, we didnt believe many things that are true, and we dont believe that speeed reading works, BUT IT DOES.

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  14. hmmm..seems to me like that the ideas presented in this article would work but only with enough practise..all d above fast pace reading tips could be sumarized to jus two main themes..
    “concenteration n retention”

  15. Well… Ive seen in wikipedia, and it says that this spead-reading thing is a theory, but has been rejected from a psico..something…watever. I read 1 page per minute! Damm im fuked with reading!… I believe that spead-reading is posible cuz ive seen in a documental from discovery channel about genius. There was a man that read 8 books a day! and read 3 pages per minute, and even that he reads 1 page with one eye and the other with the other eye! And is true!!!! Discovery Channel doesnt lye! WELL now i know that im not the only fuked with reading! hehe.. if someone reads with one eye a one page another with another page..then he is dam fast!

    I imagine reading like that genius, hence i will read 2 pages per minute!! hhaha! cool, but how!?

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  19. Hi The summery you have given for speed reading is amaging! Every one needed to go throuh this for starting the speed reading!
    bye

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  21. Hi

    I have actually read your article and have been practising and consistently. And I will say it works. I read faster, retain more than I ever did, and I wish someone showed it me a while back.

    I did at first have a challenge and it wasn’t the techniques but rather the doubt, from others, but I went ahead and applied because I realised, a lot of people wouldn’t, or say it won’t work, or won’t be consistent.

    So I decided to be consistent. I had to sort out other distractions, like TV, Internet, and friends on certain hours because I made specific time. And did this everyday, 20 mins a day.

    It works and from now on, I will never, ever, listen to anyone who says something doesn’t work, until I try it, and do it consistently.

    I think this is the main problem with this. Too many negativity around about it and when someone can do it, they think it’s not true. Not that it matters if you don’t follow the crowd.

    Anyway, I came back to say thanks. I should have actually done so earlier but anyway, I have now.

    Thanks.

  22. Thank you.
    You dont know what you given me through this article. I had started to lose hope that I will ever be able to read all the stuff that I “have to” read to keep pace in my tech field. I have tried to apply your techniques for 7 days and have finished 2 books and dozens of articles. Unbelievable to me too……………THANK YOU

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  29. Hi!
    Hi!
    This is great post!
    a good method to increase the read speed is to try to use the hand and to use the finger when you are reading.
    Just go on the lines with your finger.
    it will help you to stay focus and not to read the same line twice…

    Another great website for more speed reading tips:

    http://www.speedreadingcenter.com

    try it! :)
    Amit.

  30. This is great! I get back from work at 7pm and I never can really give 2-3 hours of reading on my business management books.

    Even at the beginning I feel as if I am reading twice as fast!

  31. Interesting article! I used to think that speed reading was just a silly gimmick. On the suggestion of a friend, I tried the The Reader’s Edge and was surprised by significant improvements in my reading speed AND comprehension. They have a free demo on their site that gives you a pretty good idea of what the program offers. I think the guy that created the software just released a book — Speed Reading For Dummies. Here’s the website: http://www.readfaster.com/tre.asp . You should check it out.

  32. Great info! I have used several of these techniques when I subscribed to an online speed reading program at Fastreaders (www.fastreaders.com), these techniques really work and helped me read faster.

    Thanks!

  33. This fast reading thing is getting into me more and more. When you imagine possibility to take inside so much more info in same amount of time …. wow it’s mind taking.

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  35. Well have to admit I have tried once, back in time, to do this but somehow I got headaches at that time. I don’t know it they were related to fast reading. Now I’m willing to try it all over again.

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  37. Very comprehensive article. Thank you for sharing.

    I started to practice fast reading a year ago, but only recently decided to build an online reference for my self as a way to review, recall or to discover creative techniques. I think this useful skill takes some time to learn and learning to read word groups is pretty much the foundation to finally speed up. Combined with hand pacing, advanced reading patterns and visualization, reading can certainly be like a fast action movie.

  38. As a college student using speed reading was helpful skill that I possess because it made my life so much easier. There is so much reading that i would have to do within a short period of time among other school work that i would have to do so I learned techniques and how to implement them at an online course at http://www.revitupreading.com

  39. This is good stuff. I learned this same type of method from a book several years ago. The biggest gem is to pre-read the book. Getting all the big points and looking at every page before you dive in to actually reading the book helps you see which chapters and pages should be the focus of your attention.

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  46. Speed reading indeed is not something that you can master in a couple of minutes. You can learn the principles, but your brain needs to adjust before it can really benefit from it.

    Start working on your re-reading and you will see an increase in the way you are reading and comprehending what you read.

    The easiest way to do this is by using just your finger and by guiding your brain through the text.

    Enjoy your increased reading speed when using these wonderful tips!

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