What if we could transform the way the world learns?

Imagine remembering everything you've ever read. Near impossible right? Maybe so, but we believe that everyone has the capacity to read faster whilst remembering more.

What makes a good learner?

In education, you are taught what to learn but not how to learn. We believe that a good learner has several vital skills and qualities. High reading proficiency and the capacity to remember and recall large amounts of information. And, most of all; having the confidence in their ability to learn anything faster.

These skills are not just about having natural talent, though, it comes down to learning and practising the right techniques. Something traditional education isn't doing so well, resulting in too many of us struggling along with low reading and memory habits, often without even realising. With 16% of adults scoring at the lowest proficiency level for literacy, according to OECD, it's clear there are problems in the way we are learning.

Suppose you are someone who realises that to be successful, you need a solid foundation in reading and memory. Then we believe we can show you the tools you need to learn how to read faster, improve your memory and unlock your potential to achieve your learning goals.

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Reading Module
Time to read
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Words read
Words per minute
WPM
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WPM

Can you measure learning?

The short and honest answer, no. We can, however, measure aspects of learning that indicate how receptive we are to the information we are taking in.

StudyFast believes that counting Words Correct Per Minute is the way to do this. Especially when speed reading for comprehension because, and I think we can all agree, it's great to read fast but pointless if you can't remember it.

That's why our courses build on WCPM, teaching you the skills to understand the science and then how to apply it the real world. For example; if a student reads a story with 409 words in 4m 6s and make 106 errors we can determine WCPM like this:

1. Count the total number of words
409 words
2. Count the number of mistakes
106 mistakes
3. Take the number of words minus the number of mistakes = number of words read correctly.
409 words - 106 mistakes = 303 correct words
4. Convert the time it took to read the passage to seconds.
4m 6s to read = 245.99999999999997s
5. Convert the number of seconds to a decimal by dividing the number of seconds by 60. This is the total reading time.
245.99999999999997s / 60 = 4.1 total reading time
6. Divide the number of words read correctly by the total reading time in decimal form.
303 / 4.1 = 74 Words Correct per Minute (WCPM)
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In education, you are taught what to learn but not how to learn. We believe that a good learner has several vital skills and qualities. High reading proficiency. The capacity to remember and recall large amounts of information. And, most of all; having the confidence in their ability to learn anything faster.

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