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Improve Reading Comprehension with a Mental Framework

Submitted by on September 26, 2007 – 7:19 pm 166 views No Comment

John Wesley at Pick the Brain has posted a great article on improving your reading comprehension with a mental framework.

Reading is all about information. It’s not about the number of words you read, but the amount of value you extract from them. The key to improved reading comprehension isn’t moving your eyes across a page more quickly. It’s about creating a mental framework that helps you process words and ideas.

With a bit of practice, anyone can read faster and more productively. The steps outlined below will help you to extract the maximum amount of information in the least amount of time.

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