Summer Speed Reading Students Score!

wellington class 2013The speed reading course included a plethora of useful techniques, including methods for studying and for interpreting and comprehending novels and literature.  I feel that after only a week with this course I learned techniques that will prove helpful for the rest of my education and even my career beyond.”–Trent P., Upper Arlington High School

We are excited about our results from this summer and want to share them with you. Seventy-one students ranging in grades from beginning 7th graders to graduating seniors took part in this summer’s seven classes.  The average beginning score was 259 wpm with 71% comprehension.  Their average ending score was 2,232 wpm with 89% comprehension.  They surprised even us.  That’s a Reading Efficiency Increase (REI) of 10.79 (1,079%)!  We promise an increase of 3 to 5 times.

Our classes focus on speed, comprehension, recall, retention, and study techniques for mastering and organizing information for exams and presentations.  Our students get their work done faster with better results and find that they enjoy reading more.  They have more confidence and skills for their ACT, SAT, OGT, AP courses, and college.  They have time to participate in their sports and music, get good grades, and–as some reported as the biggest benefit–still get some sleep.

august 2013 class–Judith Barker and Bonnie James

About Advanced Reading Concepts

President and co-founder of Advanced Reading Concepts Speed Reading Plus, I'm passionate about helping people reach their career and education goals through superior reading skills.
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