Private Speed Reading Lessons – New York City

Learn speed reading in just two private lessons presented in person by speed reading expert, Dr. Richard Feldman (Ph.D., Columbia University). Each lesson includes three hours of live instruction in your home.

Here are reviews from Dr. Feldman’s public course. Note: He now only offers private speed reading lessons. Yelp reviews


Speed Reading Lessons – Description

Learn a revolutionary system that allows you to dramatically cut your reading and study time. Sharpen your concentration so that you can recall what you read in greater detail than ever before. Read books, magazines, newspapers, online materials, textbooks, technical materials, standardized tests (ACT, SAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, MCAT), e-reader books (iPad, Kindle, Nook) faster and remember the details. Continue to boost your reading speed by applying your new skills to your reading at home, work or school.

Presenter
All speed reading lessons are presented in person by speed reading expert, Dr. Richard Feldman (Ph.D., Columbia University) Note: Dr. Feldman is not accepting new students in 2017.

Format
Each private speed reading lesson includes 3 hours of live instruction by Dr. Feldman in your home. You will need two lessons to master speed reading.

Who Takes These Lessons?
People who take these speed reading lessons include: college and college-bound students, professionals, business people, exam takers (including ACT, SAT, LSAT, MCAT, GRE, GMAT). Enrollees typically live or work in: New York City (Manhattan), Long Island (Nassau County), Westchester County, Connecticut (Fairfield County), and New Jersey .

Cost
The total cost of the two speed reading lessons is $1,980. That includes all materials and Dr. Feldman’s in-person instruction. The total cost is the same whether you have 1, 2, 3, or 4 people in a group.

Contact
To schedule two private speed reading lessons with Dr. Richard Feldman, please click the “contact us” link on the top right of this webpage for more information. Note: Dr. Feldman is not accepting new students in 2017.