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PX Method: Speed Reading and Hyperlearning System

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”I took a course about 3/4 years ago. It was non-productive and I
had no real comprehension and reading speed improvements. This process
[PX Method] especially emphasized comprehension. In a matter of two hours, this course did more than my 4 week (3 times a week) course.”
-Amy K., Princeton Day School

“What was the best part of class? Seeing the results. Well worth the time invested.”
-C. Helfgott, Princeton University
790 words per minute (wpm) to 3920 wpm

“…my reading speed went through the roof — 757%! I’ve tried them all, and this is the most amazing system I have ever seen.”
-J. Richardson, Stony Brook University

“Instant gratification is a big selling-point of the PX Method.”
B. Loh, Princeton University
264 wpm to 1080 wpm

“I never thought I would be able to read as fast as I did and understand what I read.
I am happy because now I can study much more thoroughly by reading a
book many times in the same period it would have taken me to read it
once…”
-Steve B., East Hampton High School
145.7 wpm to 2358.2 wpm

Simple—it beats any other system on the market in less than 3 hours.
The PX Method is the only speedreading and hyperlearning system in the
world so effective that it has been featured by MAXIM magazine and
presented at the MENSA High-IQ Society. In 1998, a select group of 32
Princeton University undergraduates were taught a new and experimental
set of reading techniques referred to as the “PX Method.” In a single
3-hour experiment, their average reading speed increased 386% with no
decrease in reading comprehension. Available only at the highest levels
of academics and research for the last 6 years, the PX Method is now
available to the general public for the first time through the Adaptive
Learning Institute (ALI).

The PX Method is the only system to be labeled “the fastest and most
scientific speed reading program in the world” by world-famous
educator, Sherwood Forlee, author of “Electroactive Polymer: its
Potential as Artificial Muscle.”

The most popular commercial “speed reading” programs are based on
disproven techniques involving the subconscious and new-age
pseudoscience. Basic research on Lexis-Nexus and MedLine immediately
discredits these approaches, which ignore the most basic scientific
fact: reading speed is determined by the mechanical movement of the
eyes.

See our unpaid testimonials page for feedback from students who have used these ineffective programs prior to the PX.

The PX Method, in sharp contrast, was developed by analyzing the
reading techniques and eye movements of top students from the world’s
most elite learning institutions, including Princeton University, Yale
University, London School of Economics, Harvard University, Stanford
Business School, St. Paul’s School, and Philips Exeter Academy. What is
the science behind the speed? The commonalities among top readers were
isolated and combined with the last three decades of advanced
neuroscience research to provide a user friendly system for giving
average readers the capabilities to read alongside the top 1% in the
world within 3 hours. In 8 years and 2,600 man-hours of investigation
and experimentation, the PX Method has been repeatedly proven as the
most effective step-by-step procedure in the world for increasing
reading speed without decreasing comprehension.

The PX Method has been tested with 6 languages, and even dyslexics
have been conditioned to read technical material at up to 3,000
words-per-minute (wpm) (10 pages per minute). By comparison, the
average reading speed in the United States is 150-300 wpm (1/2 to 1
page per minute), with only the top 1% reaching 400 wpm.

The PX Method produces an average increase in reading speed of 386%
in 3 hours. The highest percentage increase recorded is 775% and the
fastest in-class speed recorded is 3920 words-per-minute, or
approximately 13 pages per minute. It is guaranteed that you will
increase your reading speed between 300-700% in a single 4-CD session
of 3 hours.

If you study or read (e-mail included) 3 hours per day and were to
triple your reading speed, reducing your reading time to 1 hour per
day, you would save yourself 91.25 work days, or 730 hours, each year.
Using the PX Method to triple your reading speed as a freshman in
college, you would save yourself 365 work days, or 2,920 hours of
reading, by the time you graduated.

How much would you pay for an extra 4 1/2 months of vacation per
year? What would you pay to get 3 times as much done in the same time
you now spend at work or studying?

Using the PX Method, you can return your investment within a matter of days.

The PX Method was developed to eliminate all eye movement that does not contribute to increase speed and comprehension.

Once you properly understand the scientific principles of the human
visual system, you can eliminate inefficiencies and increase speed
while improving data comprehension, storage, and recall simultaneously.
Reading is a physical process limited primarily by mechanical factors.
Eye movement can be conditioned to produce quantum improvements in both
reading speed and comprehension.

There are several definitions and objectives one must understand to optimize the reading process:

A) You must understand the key reasons a process project fails.
You do not read in a straight line, but rather in a sequence of
saccadic movements (jumps). Each of these saccades ends with a
fixation, or a temporary snapshot of the text within your focus area
(approx. the size of a quarter at 8″ from reading surface). Each
fixation can last ¼ to ½ seconds in the untrained subject. To
demonstrate this, close one eye, place a fingertip on top of that
eyelid, and then slowly scan a straight horizontal line across this
line of text with your other eye; you will feel distinct and separate
movements with periods of fixation.

B) You must understand the key items to be used to make a process project succeed.
The untrained subject engages in regression (conscious rereading) and
back-skipping (subconscious rereading via misplacement of fixation) for
up to 30% of total reading time.

C) You must have the right people in the right roles on the projectPretty
straightforward eh? Makes sense. It is sense. In fact it’s common
sense. but the problem with common sense is that it’s just not that
common This book will identify who needs to be in what key role. More
particularly this will identify who will be.

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Click here to get PX Method: Speed Reading and Hyperlearning System at discounted price while it’s still available…

All orders are protected by SSL encryption – the highest industry standard for online security from trusted vendors.

PX Method: Speed Reading and Hyperlearning System is backed with a 60 Day No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee. If within the first 60 days of receipt you are not satisfied with Wake Up Lean™, you can request a refund by sending an email to the address given inside the product and we will immediately refund your entire purchase price, with no questions asked.

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