Speed Reading pioneer Arvin Vohra teaches the basics of speed reading, and then introduces Rapid Analytical Reading.
Most speed reading approaches only work for very simple texts - newspapers, magazines, and easy fiction. Rapid Analytical Reading is designed specifically for complex texts - textbooks, standardized test passages, and harder literature.
You can watch the opening for free, and buy either a physical DVD or a digital file right here at RMD.
Most commercial speed reading programs help people skim easy texts faster, but don't work on harder texts. Rapid Analytical Reading is specifically designed for tough literature and standardized test passages.
That's because most speed reading approaches just sacrifice comprehension for speed. Rapid Analytical Reading, on the other hand, involves grammatically grouping words into larger chunks, and using those larger groupings to quickly decode language.
Most speed-reading approaches sacrifice comprehension. Rapid Analytical Reading uses a grammar-based analytical approach to language that improves both speed and comprehension.
This video is a map for your training. You won't learn to speed read in 90 minutes, but this video will guide your training for the next several months.
If you want to make sure the video file will work on your computer, you can download a test file below. This is if you want to buy the digital download version; the physical DVD will work on any DVD player.