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Speed Reading Mastery Course

This online course helps you improve the five key elements of reading: mindset, memory, eye movement, speed and application.

£17

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Memory Mastery Course

Just as you can train your body to do many unbelievable things – you will see that with training you can get the memory you dreamed of.

£9

Coaching

Speed Reading & Memory Workshop

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These classes will help you read faster, remember more, and boost your productivity. We customise our workshops for approaching the type of reading material you already deal with on a daily basis.

Location: Exeter

Date: Saturday 22nd September 

£37 – £57

1-to-1 Coaching

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One to one, face to face or online tailored coaching that focuses on any topic you need to work on. I’ll find the right strategy to help you learn anything faster

Test how fast you can read

Use this app to put your reading speed to the test using our dummy text or copy and paste your own (hint: the average reading speed is 250 words per minute).

Frequently asked questions

1. What's the average reading speed?

The average student reads at 250 words per minute (Love 2012).

2. Should you speed read everything?

No! When reading for enjoyment it is okay to slow down.

3. How fast can you read before comprehension suffers?

Studies have found that when people read over 1,500 words per minute comprehension ultimately suffers (Maloney 2009).

4. Can you read for hours on end?

Definitely not! When speed reading your eye muscles are working at a higher speed. So it is important you take breaks.

5. What qualifies you as a speed reader?

The baseline for a speed reader is a reading speed of 600 words per minute with a comprehension of 65% (Buzan 1971).

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