John Mason's A treatise on self-knowledge PDF

By John Mason

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Never let it stand still. Never bring it down about three lines behind where you are just in case. Try it now. Once you get used to it you should find that not only does your speed improve, often dramatically, but so does concentration. This is simply because you have to concentrate more when you are doing something new and still want to take in the meaning of what you read. You should read without regression for the rest of this programme, unless you are given different instructions. Developing a rhythm Try to develop a rhythm as you practise avoiding regression.

The only backward movement is at the end of a line when moving to the beginning of the next line. 267 HOW TO READ FASTER AND RECALL MORE . Flexible speeds The slow reader also tends to read slowly all the time, no matter what he or she is reading. That is simply because he or she has no choice. The faster reader has a choice and can be flexible, reading easy materials quickly and demanding material relatively slowly, after skimming first. We shall return to skimming techniques in Chapter 9. PSYCHOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES Tension Many slow readers experience tension when reading under pressure, for instance, when time is short.

Why had Sam tidied up some files and put them in a filing cabinet? 3. Where had Sam Marwick worked prior to his job at the university? 4. What was the subject of the painting that went missing? 5. What took place on the evening of the day on which the painting went missing? 6. What happened on the following day? 7. What was Alan Jenkinson's position in the department? 8. Who did Sam approach for support in his dispute with the professor? 9. What was Alan Jenkinson intending to do when he was on leave?

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