Exam time but, after all, the exams never end and continue at any age. Certainly, summer does not help, nor does it help students of all ages who find themselves having to study in the heat, while colleagues and friends, very often, post their photos of beach holidays or around the world on social media .
Inevitable, therefore, when one is put to a very hard test during the study sessions, arriving with the water in the throat or with the breath on the neck – if you prefer. For this reason, we have decided to give you some suggestions to learn how to read quickly.
First of all, when you don’t have much time to devote to reading, you should spend those five extra minutes to make a point of the situation; understand how many books to dedicate, and above all to understand how they are written to define how much time to occupy for each one.
Organization is the watchword
Another important element is the choice of the room; it is better to choose one that is not too dark, that is not subject to noise and does not facilitate distractions. In this regard, it is equally convenient to choose a comfortable and relaxing position to devote to reading: all this, in fact, will facilitate and make you much faster.
If you are reading a book for an exam, you will most likely also be able to skip some good ones and concentrate on the most significant paragraphs. It is not necessary, in fact, to know every detail of the book is not necessary, but rather to have a general idea but that is very clear and defined.
When you browse through the book, it will be useful to understand where the most important contents for each page are located – by eye – establishing a method that can help us find keywords and more. Immediately afterwards, you can focus on these concepts, skipping the non-relevant parts.
When you read quickly, you should expand your field of vision by looking at the image of the page while keeping your gaze fixed in the center but still perceiving what is written on the line. Very often, it also helps very light for images; rather than focusing on the word itself, its meaning should be displayed.