Accuracy and synesthesia

Comparing texts visually is difficult. We call upon synesthesia to help us. Each number/letter gets its own colour. Go ahead and find the differences! There is a good chance that after a while the number/colour or letter/colour association will become stronger and you will remember numbers like Daniel Tammet.

Symbol recognition

This is a pretty common exercise for “fast thinking” check-up. You need to notice the numbers within the letters and recognize them correctly. Try running the exercise faster, up to 100msec per symbol. This exercise will definitely help you speedread and potentially may help suppressing vocalization.

Multitasking computations

It is notoriously difficult to multitask. In this exercise you calculate the sum of the numbers of the same colour e.g. red with red, green with green. The idea is to keep in your head outputs of previous computations per colour, and update them with each new result.

Short-term visual memory training

We are building a mobile app and want your help! To join our beta testing please email [email protected] Please notice the web page is built for the initial experience and is not appropriate for daily use. In short term visual memory training you see several letters in front of you for a second, and then …

Learning resources – cheatsheet

Guides at your disposal Link Descriptions Recommended usage Udemy Basic course on Udemy. First watch a section per day. After finishing the whole course, watch proper lecture according to your training. Wiki Mainly frequently used terms. Use this as a cheat-sheet to the lectures. Also if you cannot spare a dime for the actual course… …

Subvocalization suppression training

The brain cannot efficiently perform two vocalizations at the same time. This training not only teaches you speedreading, but also opens you to efficient multitasking. This exercise is the simplest way to reduce subvocalization when reading text line by line. Choose to visualize one marker per line. You are allowed to subvocalize 1-2 words per …

Visualization focus training

Here are the initial exercises that help you to develop visualization capabilities. They are also good for controlling your focus and mindfulness.   1. Photograph Find a photograph, and take your time to analyze it. Memorize every detail you can. Then simply close your eyes and try to recreate it in your mind. Bring in …

Linking markers exercise

Please notice the page is built for the initial experience and not built for daily use. The page may get very slow. We are building a mobile app. For beta testing please apply to [email protected] Select pairs or more of markers and think of a reasonable linking. Check your linking ability. Increase up to 15 …

Visual angle training

One of the best training methods when learning saccades is called “Shultz table”. By focusing on the number in the centre of the box and clicking on the number outside of the centre anyone can improve the periphery vision to handle longer saccades. Be careful to rest between sessions, so that your eyes do not …

Proposed training schedule

Almost all of our students on day one want to see the training schedule that will take them to their goal. Previously we tried to control the selection of options to funnel all students through the same resources. Currently, we try to widen the arsenal of the training tools you can use. Introduction Take our …