Reading Smart: Advanced Techniques for Improved Reading

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Villard Books, 1994 - Reference - 270 pages
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Building on the five previous titles in the Smart series with sales totaling over 300,000 copies--is an easy-to-use guide to help readers improve speed and comprehension. Designed for students and adults, this book is written in Princeton's trademark style of candor and irreverent humor.

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Contents

Why Doesnt Everyone Read Well?
3
The Approach
21
Mechanics
27
Know What Youre Reading
43
Lets Talk About Reqs
55
In The News
89
The Pleasure Principle
109
Tricks and Traps
137
Reading Comprehension
151
Poetry Plays and PointofView
173
Everything You Wanted to Know About Reading But Were Afraid to Ask
185
A Day at the Races
191
Reading Racetrack Answers
257
Exercise Answers
263
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About the author (1994)

Alan B. Bernstein, C.S.W., P.C., is a psychotherapist with expertise in career development and has consulted on strategic training and development programs at major institutions.
Nicholas R. Schaffzin is the author of two other Princeton Review books, Reading Smart and Negotiate Smart. He has been teaching and writing for The Princeton review since 1992.

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