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Remember Everything You Read: The Evelyn Wood 7-Day Speed Reading & Learning Program [Anglais] [Poche]

Stanley D. Frank
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1 mai 1992

Now you can join the millions of people of all ages who have reaped the rewards of the famous Evelyn Wood Speed Reading and Learning Program. All the secrets of this amazing system are now available to you in this book. Find out how you can:

  • Read 50% faster in only an hour
  • Double your reading speed in a week
  • Soar beyond -- to read an amazing 1,200 to 3,000 words per minute -- and remember everything you read!


In just a few lessons, the proven techniques of this dynamic learning system will unlock the natural power of your mind, opening the door to new realms of intellectual power and potential success.


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  • Poche: 224 pages
  • Editeur : Avon; Édition : Reissue (1 mai 1992)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0380715775
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380715770
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,7 x 10,6 x 17,2 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent 1 juillet 2014
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
As a french, I tend to feel these technics a more efficent on english texts than those written in other languages. An excellent teaching anyway, nothing more to say!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Faster and More Effective Reading and Academic Performance! 19 septembre 2001
Par Donald Mitchell - Publié sur
I have never read a book before about reading faster with better comprehension. I was attracted to this book because so many people ask me if there is a book I can recommend that helps with reading speed and comprehension.
While I found many things to like that will help you with your reading, I also found many things that I did not like. Graded just on that basis, I would give the book two or three stars.
At the same time, someone with average reading speed and comprehension can probably improve speed and comprehension if the book's advice is followed and practiced daily. Graded just on that basis, I would give the book four stars.
Getting better with reading, note taking, writing, and test taking is all about understanding what needs to be done, implementing those approaches, getting feedback, and practicing a lot. Someone in middle school or high school is in a perfect position to do all of those things. Beginning with college, it becomes harder. Graduate school often causes skill levels to decline in these areas. Those who are working and not taking courses will find that they may not have the disciplined environment needed to improve.
First, let me clear up some misconceptions. Reading faster is not "skimming" in which you skip most of the material looking for the high points. Reading faster is about reading all of the words, but by using better techniques. Also, I do not believe that there is only one way to read faster. I use several techniques for different kinds of material, several of which are not mentioned in this book. This book argues for lots of repetition in reading, writing, and studying. That repetition can be avoided by using methods other than those described in this book. Finally, I think that you will learn more by taking a reading course that is offered daily than by just reading a book about reading. In such a course, you will develop your own methods that feel right for you.
This book is absolutely correct in identifying the major reasons why most people read and comprehend slowly:
(1) mentally "vocalizing each word" slows down the reading process -- just "see" and react to the word instead (when you look at a butterfly, you can appreciate its beauty and identity without saying "butterfly" to yourself . . . so why is a word any different?)
(2) losing concentration and starting to daydream, rather than reading on
(3) losing one's place and having to find the place and then rereading material
(4) not understanding the vocabulary
(5) not having a structured set of questions for bringing reading attention to bear (What is the structure of this book? Where are its arguments valid? Where are they not? What is the evidence? Who can best use this book? And so forth.).
If you work on those five areas, I agree with the author that the average person can easily double reading speed while increasing comprehension.
To get to be really fast, you have to be able to take in and absorb more words with each eye movement. Distance from the words, angle of the reading material, light, corrective power of your glasses or contact lenses, the back support of your chair, and the emotional comfort of your environment all play a role. Here is where I disagree with the book. It argues for using lots of finger movements. In my experience, those finger movements are just a distraction. If they help you, great! But if they don't, relax! I doubt if anyone is going to learn those finger movements, however, without taking an Evelyn Wood course.
The author argues that material with dialogue in it cannot be read rapidly. That is not my experience. He argues the same for poetry. That is also not my experience. Where I do find that you have to slow down is where the material requires lots of thinking to be appreciated. Even there, most of us can think at 50,000 words a minute. Not too many people try to read faster than that. It's hard to turn the pages that fast!
The book doesn't have enough direction on how to reach and drill yourself. A better approach would have been to have put this book into a workbook format that would provide very simple self-guided lessons.
So, should you buy the book, or just absorb the lessons from this review? I suspect that many people can learn all they can use from the book by just reading this review. On the other hand, the book is inexpensive so you don't have much to lose if you buy it.
The book also contains lots of material about conceptual note-taking, faster writing processes, test preparation, and test-taking. I thought that this material was overly rigid. Most people will do better to adopt a style that fits the way they think and like to work.
After you finish reading this review, please do consider that improving your reading speed and comprehension is very valuable. You can either spend less time gathering material, or learn more. In either case, your life should be improved.
Enjoy your reading more!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Hello my name is Mr. Stephens 3 mars 2000
Par Ahren Jolon Stephens - Publié sur
Hello, I am a 17 year old young man. I have searched and searched for a speed reading book that could help me not only in school, but also in the real world. I have always wanted to read huge books in two hours and so forth. What I would like to say is that for a week, this book is good. Go check it out at the library, don't buy it on Amazon. I have looked at a lot of speed reading material. I have Howard Bergs biggest bag of garbage Super Speed Reading. I didn't get anything out of that. I have Speed Reading made easy which is pretty out dated. And I have the book that I highly recommend, Breakthrough Speed Reading by Peter Kump. That is the book to get folks. If you are truly serious about learning how to go through pages of War and Peace, or the Bible or whatever you read. It has drills that help you FOR MORE THAN ONE WEEK! The only reason I think this book has sold so much is because people want a quick fix, but I can tell you personally that if you want to read fast, and complete novels in one sitting (less than an hour) and actually get motivated with what you are do GET BREAKTHROUGH SPEED READING BY PETER KUMP FROM AMAZON INSTEAD OF THIS REALLY ELEMENTARY EVELYN WOOD 7 DAY THING. I was disappointed when I got Breakthrough because it was the book I wished I would have gotten first!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An effective speed reading course for the persistent 12 juin 1998
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This still has to be one of the best offerings available on this subject. For the persistently faithful this is the book I would recommend, it has all the exercises in step by step form to set you firmly on your way to accomplishing an effectively fast rate of reading with a good level of comprehension.
I would definitely recommend this book to parents of highschoolers or students of any age as this book also outlines some very essential and excellent methods of note taking to help you prepare for and ace exams. I've managed to increase my own reading speed from 630 wpm to over 1400wpm in only the first 4weeks of trying out this system,but and I stress the following, in order to succeed with speed reading you must maintain a high degree of persistence in doing the given exercises for at least 1 month, don't question the reasons for or effectiveness of the exercises until you've gone through all the methods given in the book faithfully - if you don't feel you have the determination or persistence to reach your ultimate goal then like all else you'll try - it probably won't work for you. However this method really does work! so what are you waiting it now!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Bad, Especially for the Price! 24 juin 2000
Par John Noodles - Publié sur
Judging by the success stories in all these speed reading books I've been going over, there sure are a lot of 800+wpm readers out there (among whom I DO NOT rank!). This book makes similar fantastic can read up to 3,000 wpm, etc.
One thing this book is pretty emphatic about, though, is that this kind of speed takes WORK, and regular "workouts." In other words, you have keep at it, or you lose the ability.
The book doesn't focus on speed reading. Rather, it presents a whole learning system, of which speed reading is a part. I bought it primarily because it was cheap, and was pleasantly surprised to discover that there is some pretty sound study-skills instruction here.
This is very much another accelerated learning book, without explicitly being touted as one. Kaplan's main reading strategy is "Layered Reading," which, if you've read other books in this field, you'll recognize. You begin by previewing (headings, bold print, etc.), then do a fast "read" through, at 2-4 seconds a page, to get a little more information, then do it again at a slightly slower speed, then, back to the beginning, and read through at your comfortable reading speed. Then you review.
How can this possibly be "accelerated"? Because when you read, you read at 1500 words per minute. If you can, that is! The key to speedy learning with this system--as, arguably, with all these accelerated learning systems--is being able to read fast. Very fast.
This book's sub-900 wpm reading tactic involves learning to read chunks of a page at mentally divide the page down the middle, and then horizontally 5 times or so. Kaplan says that with practice you will be able to comprehend meaning from words within sentence read out of order. Maybe...for me, it has worked only on VERY easy texts, and then my comprehension was hardly outstanding. I certainly wouldn't pleasure read like this. To be honest, though, I haven't practiced this technique all that much.
Is it really possible to read at 3000 wpm? I don't know. I haven't met anyone who does. Kaplan says that within a month, though, you should be able to read at least 1,500 wpm...I've been practicing speed reading for a couple months, and I'm sure as hell nowhere near that range yet. And I read a lot.
Still, this is not a bad book. I think it will be especially useful to younger students...serious high school and junior high students, for instance. It is straightforward, and easy to read. Kaplan cuts right to the chase, without wasting time exploring "mind science," as so many accelerated learning books do. Success will not come without a lot of work, though.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Before you make the same mistake I did 28 janvier 2004
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
I bought "Remember Everything You Read" and "The Evelyn Wood Seven-Day Speed Reading and Learning Program", thinking they were companion books. I checked them out, they are the same word for word.
Get "The Evelyn Wood Seven-Day Speed Reading and Learning Program". It is the same price (a penny cheaper) and it hardcover, a much nicer book.
Unfortunately, after paying return postage and dealing with the hassel, it wouldn't be worth returning this book. Guess my sister in middle school gets a new book.
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