How to read three books in one week?

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  1. shahkar-khan profile image59
    shahkar-khanposted 4 years ago

    How to read three books in one week?

    I have recently (approx 1 month) started this new activity of buying three books per week. But still I have never been able to read them completely because one week is not a sufficient time for me (maybe I am not an efficient reader).

    But since money is not a problem so I keep wasting around 125 $ per week on books. I have some problems while choosing the books. But I read the blurb and the preface and just buy them.But the real problem is that,that I am just not able to finish them on time.
    Can some one please give me some good ideas on how can I read these books on time (max in 2 hrs daily)

  2. Kevina Oyatedor profile image65
    Kevina Oyatedorposted 4 years ago

    It depends on the length of the books. If they are small, maybe two to three hours a day. If they are long, four or five hours. Maybe even the whole day lol.

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    christiananrkistposted 4 years ago

    the only thing i could think of is to try to learn speed reading. it will take some time, but you are obviously getting lots of practice and should excel at a good rate. you can try this website, or if money isnt an issue, then try buying a speed reading program.

    1. shahkar-khan profile image59
      shahkar-khanposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      i thought the website would contain a decent article but the redirect was a parked domain. and thanks for the idea. hopefully i will find some videos on youtube as well.

  4. Thief12 profile image91
    Thief12posted 4 years ago

    I don't see the point of such a rush. If it takes you a week or a month, the important thing is for you to really enjoy the read and be able to dwell in it and analyze it afterwards. I'm not saying that's your case, but devouring books just for the sake of it, or just to say I've read X amount of books is no fun.

    1. shahkar-khan profile image59
      shahkar-khanposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      u sir(being an editor at wikipedia) should be a good analyser but i am not that good. since progress begets progress i think i should think of progress in terms of effectiveness as well (not just efficieny). thnaks for your answer.


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