Speedlearning Institute Coupons and Deals
Learning how to read is like learning how to ride a bike—without proper instruction, it’s all too easy to end up in a bush. Get lost in a book instead with this Groupon. $129 for a Speed Reading 101 Class ($695 Value) During each Speed Reading 101 session, instructors divulge the institute’s guiding principles, designed to alleviate common reading snafus. Tutors enlighten students on such subjects as overlining, a speed-enhancing practice that involves directing eyes above words, and subvocalization, the concept of hearing written text mentally, which can impede one’s reading pace. All attendees receive an instructional manual and the ...
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Limit 3 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per customer per class • Appointments required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Must be 10+ • To view available class times, visit tinyurl.com/LSspeedreading - additional classes may be added if necessary • All services must be redeemed by same customer
If you're still reading this, you clearly haven't taken a class at the SpeedLearning Institute at Columbia University. Pick up this extremely useful skill set: • $129 ($695 value) for an intensive, seven-hour speed reading workshop • Designed for earnest students and professional adults looking to get a leg up • Classes are available on select weekends November through January "The course was a lot of fun, but it boils down to this: I learned a skill that I now don't know how I lived without. I hope they offer a million similar classes." - LivingSocial Member Read On To boost your comprehension, speed, and memory, these wise wordsmiths use six proven principles and the cutting-edge RasterMaster, a handheld laser that expands peripheral vision and trains your eyes to move more quickly. These edifying sessions could also help improve your concentration and memory skills -- meaning you could get ahead on the page and in your career. SpeedLearning Institute's Website