A high school student has used the speed reading program at her high school in the city of Lexington to improve her reading speed and improve her focus.
The program, LyndaSpeed Reading, has been a success, with more than 400 students participating.
In a video, the teen reads through a list of topics with her mom and her friends.
The teen’s mom, Lyndsay, says she can now focus on the subject.
“I can focus on it.
I can’t focus on other things,” Lyndsay says in the video.
“My focus is on reading.”
Lynda has taken the program on herself.
“For the last few years, I have been doing speed reading.
I just like reading, and I like doing it,” she said.
“It’s just the fun part of the process.”
Lyndsay is one of thousands of students across the country using the program.
She said it was a great experience for her.
“Reading is such a good way to mentally get yourself going,” Lynda said.
Lyndsay has used her speed reading to improve.
“There is a lot of stuff in the world that I could never get my head around,” she says.
“And just reading is really a lot easier.
And I like that.”
The speed reading system was developed by a local company called Lynda Reading Technologies.
Lynda says it is not a speed reading test.
“The speed reading is a learning thing, so I just take that as a learning tool,” she explained.
“In a lot.
Of the things that I’ve learned, I’ve found out that it’s a lot less time consuming than speed reading.”
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