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highfidelity
January 28th, 2010 @12:45 am  

Actually, the average American’s reading speed is closer to half of what you reported – around 200 words per minutes.

I have found that through testing several speed reading products, that eyeQ was the most effective, for a myriad of different reasons.

First, eyeQ emphasizes increasing your reading speed, but also focuses about a third of it’s program on comprehension. The eye exercises in the program have helped many people with learning disabilities such as ADD, ADHD, and dyslexia. This is done because eyeQ has shown to increase brain activity in both the right and left hemispheres of the brain – 100% in the left and 1500% in the right!!

The results speak for themselves. I increased my reading speed by 3 times after going through the 12 sessions of eyeQ once. I can’t wait to see what happens when I am able to go through it another 2 or 3 times!

JavierChua
January 28th, 2010 @9:00 am  

Yeah. I think I should said 400 words per minute is considered a average good reader but there are definitely rooms for improvement. I have seen the product EyeQ on Nightingale.com a few times but saw the price and was quite reluctant in the first place. Think I may have to think about it after seeing your review on the product. Anyway, is that product a software where it is a one-time fee and you can use it many many times?

highfidelity
January 29th, 2010 @3:55 am  

Yes, it is software based, for both MAC and PC. It allows up to 10 different users to sign up, and tracks all of their individual performances independently.

Some of the reviews that you have probably come across are probably negative, but what I have found out is that the majority of those are posted by competitors trying to push traffic to their sites, or people that didn’t understand the purchasing agreement at the time they purchased it.

Take it from someone who spent the money and saw the value – eyeQ works.

JavierChua
January 29th, 2010 @8:42 am  

Cool. Anyway, have you hear of PhotoReading before? Recently, I just received a package recommending on that product. Anyway, if you don’t mind letting me try out EyeQ to see its value, do contact me again. Thanks

Cheers
Javier

Joey
June 23rd, 2010 @5:21 am  

I am a fairly good reader already, but if speed reading software can make that much difference I think I should get it. Less time reading means more time for other things.

JavierChua
June 23rd, 2010 @9:33 am  

Hi Joey,

Thanks for dropping by. It’s always great to read faster and you can definitely achieve more things done with a faster reading pace.

Cheers
Javier

david_akc
September 23rd, 2011 @1:04 am  

http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2009/07/30/speed-reading-and-accelerated-learning/

This is another way of reading faster.
Browser like Chrome & Firefox have addons scripts like Chrome VIS and RSVP Reader.

I have been using speed reading method by the above links for weeks. However comprehension is another thing.
Core idea before you read. Have an objective in finding out what you wish to learn from the Book. Somehow the brain will pause and absorb your intention faster and earlier and scrap those that are not needed.

JavierChua
September 23rd, 2011 @8:41 am  

Thanks david for the recommendation :)

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