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3 Steps to Read Faster – Truth on Speed Reading

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Get a free 30 day trial for Audible at http://audible.com/medschoolinsiders or text ‘medschoolinsiders’ to 500-500 Is speed reading fact or fiction? In this video, we go over various techniques used by speed readers and discuss which are useful and which are not worth the hype. After watching this video, you will learn how to read faster. VLOGs: https://www.youtube.com/lifeofasurgeon Become an Insider! Visit https://patreon.com/medschoolinsiders Connect with me! WEBSITE: https://medschoolinsiders.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MedInsiders FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medschoolinsiders INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/medschoolinsiders AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/medschoolinsiders Music: http://soundcloud.com/ryanlittle References: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1529100615623267 Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.
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Jack Bruce (4 days ago)
Would it be ok to use audible in the car. Because your focus would be on the road and on driving and I wonder I how much it would decrease comprehension to assume if it’s worth listening to?
View (12 days ago)
:)
Beck Stein (14 days ago)
How do you read?
Denzbruh (28 days ago)
I watch this at 1.25 speed
Alli N. (1 month ago)
Very good thank you!
Hailey Salvatore (1 month ago)
I didn't understand 1 thing he said.
Gustavo Martinez (1 month ago)
I don't want to know more about speed reading, because I read with enough speed. The speed reading videos are not for me, thank you
Theodore Vegh (1 month ago)
Speed reading works for you if you use the methods that match your situation eg prefered sensory mode, level of training in speed reading and other relevant factors! "Triple Your Reading Speed: The Proven Self-Study Plan" by Wade E. Cutler
Shreyas Sukumaran (1 month ago)
I wouldn't prefer listening to something when you were eating. When you eat, you eat. When you listen, you listen. By the way nice video.
Phil Gruenhagen (1 month ago)
1 determine your goal 2. Flexible with speed 3. Use a pacer
Golam Rabbany (2 months ago)
best speed reading video
snappykr22 (2 months ago)
I'm skeptical. On one hand, I understand the science and how it's impossible to read thousands of words per minute. But the sales pitch for audible - a way to enjoy a book faster without speed reading - just doesn't sell. Busting speed reading "myths" and then a sales pitch for audible. You're better off scrapping this video, and redoing it with the angle that reading faster leads to less retention and comprehension, and a solution to getting a book done while still getting laundry done, making breakfast, and working out is audible. You did the sales pitch all wrong, my man.
Med School Insiders (2 months ago)
thanks for the feedback bud. the video is focused on speed reading - audible sponsoring it was a good fit but didn't change the video message
Dokkasan (2 months ago)
Eeeeeww, Aziz Ansari? You like pain? Or do you just not have a sense of humor?
Med School Insiders (2 months ago)
Aziz is great. Haters gonna hate
Andjelkovic Jasmin (2 months ago)
Great video, i subscribed bro!
Richard Sørensen (2 months ago)
can i hear all the books i want in audible for the membership price?
So Great
Fang Li (3 months ago)
5:45
Jon Wood (3 months ago)
One factor that I’ve personally found vitally important for reading comprehension is focused attention. I can read at 200 wpm, but if I’m distracted my comprehension and recall will be nil—whereas, when I’m focused I can up that to 400-500 wpm and have excellent recall/comprehension. Note: focused attention is mentally taxing, so taking breaks (pomodero technique) is also important!
Med School Insiders (3 months ago)
Very well said!
Uncle V (4 months ago)
This video seemed interesting but the problem is that it’s a lot of blabla 😭 go to the point
You have covered up so much misconceptions from other videos about speed reading, I find the most important part is using a pacer. Great video, got to the point, with scientific evidence!
asim essa (4 months ago)
Thank you so much.
Ignacio Sabat (4 months ago)
Awesome!! Thank you!😀
Byron (4 months ago)
Saying something is not possible is not proof. A lot of these denunciations are straw man arguments showing a lack of understanding of speed reading techniques. At least he got some of the terms right.
Kreatos (5 months ago)
How do you write that perfect lol
Cari (5 months ago)
Is audible for free?
Med School Insiders (5 months ago)
Free trial for one month. Use the link in description!
Cari (5 months ago)
The message is good. Thanks. 🐵👌🏻
Dr.Praneetha Modumudi (5 months ago)
A video on choosing a medical speciality pls
Amb!Val3nt (5 months ago)
I like the video audio book good practice but if you'll avoid reading I think you'll loss the ability of speaking!
Edward Huynh (5 months ago)
Brother, your videos and advices are excellent as always. I enjoy all of them.
Girma Asfaw (5 months ago)
please ask Howard Berg. He is the world's fastest reader
Idea - Empire (5 months ago)
Fantastic tip. I love reading. In general, it´s a very interesting hobby. You can learn so much from books. Some of my favorites are on my small website: idea-empire.jimdo.com
Troll Slayer (5 months ago)
Great video as always brother. Keep it up. You truly earn a subscriber
Trey S (5 months ago)
I got stuck at the speed reading video sponsored by audible. :D
Matheus Minto (5 months ago)
Thats not true at all. You can speed read and understand everything.
Matheus Minto (17 days ago)
+Olia olia you need a book called breathrough speed reading
Olia olia (17 days ago)
and how you do that?
Matheus Minto (2 months ago)
I read law stuff. I don't use speed reading in it because I need to remember everything, but if I just need to understand them I just speed read
hama prgasc (2 months ago)
i bet 100$ you have never read any dvanced textbook.
Marcus Campbell (5 months ago)
Where does the idea that regression increases comprehension? Aren't you increasing reading time rather than reducing it? Is this based on some white paper or book somewhere? The reason I ask is because I've read that one is supposed to eliminate regression and increase comprehension at the same time.
J. Kai Simmons (5 months ago)
Solid video Dr. Jubbal. Some of these techniques were explained in the amazing book, "the four hour workweek", but you did a much better job at explaining the concepts and how to apply them to different situations. THANKS!
BAdBrAd (5 months ago)
Can anybody explain why I can remember a Stephen King novel that I read years ago down to the most minute detail yet unable to remember a textbook I read a week ago? Is it the layout of text maybe in story form? I am beginning to think maybe textbooks should take a different approach of how they organize information. Perhaps detailing gluconeogensis as a story as opposed to a step by step process. Anybody else have this experience?
BAdBrAd (5 months ago)
bind I believe your right!
bind (5 months ago)
Notice how you can remember the lyrics of your favourite songs because you enjoy them. You remembered the novel because it may have been somewhat enjoyable. Making stories and songs on a subject is a very very very very effective way to learn
Winged Hussar (5 months ago)
6:05 not true speedreaders understand a higher % of the text they read
Kristian J. (26 days ago)
+hama prgasc All while they're reading as well.
hama prgasc (2 months ago)
they suck a dick faster too
Andrii Furtak (6 months ago)
Can someone advise where to find some medical audiobooks? TIA!
pascoett (6 months ago)
I helped out fellow students when it came to difficult academic text. I achieved great results in reading slowly and by using color pencils, noticing key words and underlining at most three important words or lines per page. On the other hand I read two volumes of „Fire and Ice” in an afternoon by just reading important verbs, nouns and names, leaving out most descriptions. As a former student of literature it was easy to fill out any gaps. It’s important to have expectations beforehand, as reading the actual text or study is directly filling into a web of knowledge you already have.
Dracula (6 months ago)
5:42 yw
Asher (7 months ago)
Love the video. I have a question about one of your first videos where you talked about studying, and one of your tips was to summarize notes sheets, which I thought was a great idea. Do you recommend doing this as a daily thing after each class, or wait until a little before the test and summarize all of your notes from that general topic? Thanks, and keep up the great videos.
Asher (7 months ago)
Okay I'll start doing that! Thanks so much again :)
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
If you can do the first condensation within a day that’s best. Can condense again later as you review
Romeo Mariano (7 months ago)
It is easier and faster to read technical works like research articles and medical textbooks if you have created a large knowledge tree or Schema of the subject in your mind. This means you have experience or already an extensive understanding of the material. If you are a newbie, then it is tough sledding since you don’t have a Schema yet. This is why attending physicians can read articles far faster than med students. I usually go through hundreds of articles at a sitting. With an extensive Schema, you just need to focus on what is important for you in the article. For example, on the use of Ketamine for depression, I focus on the outcome of studies, the mechanisms of action, the route and dose, the adverse effects, the pharmacology, etc. because I am interested in clinically applying it for certain patients. As another example, with experience an internist friend only needs to pay attention to 3 symptoms to tell if a person is having a heart attack. He doesn’t need to do a whole physical exam. The quality of the Schema one builds will determine the quality of physician.
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Good point about background knowledge facilitating more rapid consumption of new information. Valid, but as I stated in the video, reading more is a slow process that will increase speed slowly and gradually. I see this as a side benefit of extensive study in a subject area, but a terribly ineffective method if someone simply wants to improve reading speed. These improvements will come with time as the individual focuses their study in a certain topic
Akshay Goel (7 months ago)
What software do you use to make your videos? It's really cool! Great video :-)
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Videoscribe!
DGHF (7 months ago)
What a surprise: sponsored by audible and the best way to speed reading is to listen to audiobooks 🎉 wow, and so many just don’t get it what you are doing: marketing
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Audiobooks are simply one tool to use. I wouldn’t personally use an audiobook version of a textbook, for example. Each technique has its merits. Thanks for watching and hope you learned something about reading faster!
HANDBALL GENIUS (7 months ago)
Hey med insiders I would wish you make a video showing how one can be a great student outside of class...and what one can do related to medicine but not necessarily in classroom set up .thank you
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Fantastic idea
Sarah A. (7 months ago)
Thank you so very much ,it was very well explained.
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thanks for watching :)
Cy Caballero (7 months ago)
I want to be a doctor soon but i don't even understand science subject. What should i do?
nobody (6 months ago)
You have plenty of time before you become a doctor. What I would recommend is studying and asking questions about the subject. Ask yourself which part of science confuses you and why? Look at YouTube for explanations, search specific topics on the internet. There are plenty are resources available to help you gain a bit of understanding on what you may be struggling in.
Cy Caballero (7 months ago)
Anyway I'm a highschool student
Urvish Shukla (7 months ago)
Hello doc. How would you increase your speed of reading and comprehension while preparing for CARS ? Is there any techniques or suggestions that you would like to share with me ? I am an average reader and I am kinda slow in reading. Hoping to hear back from you. Take care
BubbleBeats (7 months ago)
I just found your channel and I love it! I dont speak English (i live in USA) but Im trying to get into Med School in 2019 and your videos are helping me a lot, I have watched 10 videos or more today. Thank you for explaining everything slowly and step by step
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thanks for watching and best of luck with Med School admissions! I hope our website can help you with your journey.
maikee427 (7 months ago)
Hi! Are there audio books for medical textbooks?
Lucia (7 months ago)
I missed your content so much! Thanks for being back. Cheers from a med student to a Doctor!
Korra Lala (29 days ago)
I love you Lucia baby
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
thanks for watching =)
David Hindin, M.D. (7 months ago)
Boom - loved this! You're killing it every time with these. 🧠✨
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thanks friend. Would love to do a collab with you some time. Looking forward to your next video.
pushingdazy (7 months ago)
Your videos are well structured, to the point, informative and entertaining. It is refreshing to see wholesome content on youtube. I'm a college student (not in the medical field) and your videos have been helpful. The most important habit I've learned from your videos is how to maximize the use of my time. Keep it up👍
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thank you so much! I’m happy to hear that they are helping you :)
John Control (7 months ago)
Just got a new book, then this video came out right away. Perfect timing 👌
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Happy reading :)
Air Elegant (7 months ago)
I wanto be the fastest reader in the world
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
cue pokemon theme song
Alpha Ghost (7 months ago)
I haven't researched it but I know for me audio books does no justice compared to reading on a comprehensive level.
Bruno Ferreira (7 months ago)
Awesome content as always! Really helpful!
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
thank you brother!
Mihker (7 months ago)
Brilliant video! I tried speed reading before, but I've found that making the time for reading is superior to trying to squeeze in 10 minutes of "speed reading".
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Well said! Best way to read more is to spend more time reading!
Scias (7 months ago)
Great video, appreciate it!! Do you know anything about the science behind audial comprehension at higher speeds? If gradually increasing, I feel like I can listen and comprehend at a similar level up to 2.25x.
Lycosa (7 months ago)
Great video... Reading and learning, comprehension. I'm going to be a male nurse hopefully. Applying to University.
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
thanks for watching. best of luck with applications!
Martin (7 months ago)
So the only way to read something faster is by having the audio for it and speed that up so the linguistic part is covered?
Martin (7 months ago)
I personally expect that in general, listening to something and comprehend it is easier than reading something and comprehend it.
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Not exactly. The linguistic part is your understanding of the language, not having to hear it out loud. Even if you were listening to audio of complex and intricate topics, you would have to slow down to fully comprehend it
X3N4 (7 months ago)
I'm not a med guy but this channel is gold. I applied this stuff to a machine learning class and absolutely aced it. A proper learning schedule, regular test exams, flash cards + anki image occlusion and there is no material you cannot conquer. This is coming from someone who previously had no clue how to properly learn!
Hadeel Abdelnasser (1 month ago)
Could you please tell me what video are you referring to ? Id like to watch it :)
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
I'm SO HAPPY to hear this. Keep kicking butt!
Alex W (7 months ago)
This was really helpful. We're reading and critiquing a lot of research papers in my genetics class right now, so I'll definitely try to incorporate some of these tips. Thanks Dr. Jubbal!
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
You’re most welcome, hope it helps! I remember in college when I first started reading research papers I was soooo slow. Just trying to teach you all what I wish I knew back then!
rahul rahul (7 months ago)
Nice video
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thanks Rahul!
Not Allah (7 months ago)
good vidd
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Thank you :)
Arianna Medici (7 months ago)
Nicely put easy to understand
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Glad you enjoyed it!
Continual Improvement (7 months ago)
I can read so fast that I can read body language.
AnEpicAutumn Gaming (9 days ago)
Continual Improvement hahaha
droid264 (18 days ago)
NICE!!!
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
👍🏼
Kaneki (7 months ago)
Hello
Med School Insiders (7 months ago)
Hey

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