I'm asking for your advice today. I have two accelerated summer school classes (six weeks) and they both require tons of reading.
My shortcoming? I am not a fast reader.
Anyone else out there with this dilemma? If so, how did you conquer this? Is there a way to get the most out of a chapter without reading every last word, or is that my only way? It's not that I don't want to, it's that I don't have time.
I have, for example, almost half of a very thick book to finish by this Saturday. And that is just one of the books in one of the classes.
All and any advice is deeply appreciated.
--Ms. T. J.
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