Level up your learning rate with this $30 brain fitness course

This online course collection will help you become a more efficient learner, speed reader, and ultimately better student.

  • There's so much value in becoming an efficient learner, but it's a lot easier said than done, especially if you have to do all of your studying at home.
  • You can master speed reading, memorization strategies, and more to be the super student you've always wanted to be with the right training.
  • This Become a Super-Learner and Speed Reading Bundle can train your brain and make you a more efficient learner for just $29.99.

Whether you're in college struggling with online classes or about to take the bar exam, you could probably benefit from some solid speed reading and learning strategies. Don't fall behind just because your mind isn't in it. Enroll in this Become a Super-Learner and Speed Reading Bundle and develop valuable skills you've never even thought of.

The bundle is broken down into seven courses totaling 15 hours worth of training. Within each course, you'll gain access to 225 lessons focusing on memory mastery, brain fitness, speed reading, study skills, and the list goes on.

You'll also be taught by education experts such as Jonathan Levi, Natalie Riviera, and more, so rest assured that you'll be in good hands. It's all about getting in the right mindset, which is why the training explores everything from the psychology of learning to brain fitness — all with the end goal of making you more productive. By the end, you'll be a wizard in whatever topic or test you're studying.

The Become a Super-Learner & Speed Reading Bundle - $29.99

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On regular days, the Become a Super-Learner and Speed Reading Bundle is valued at $1,400, but you won't have to worry about that hefty price tag. The cost of being a student is already high enough, we don't want to add more to your plate. For a limited time, this bundle will only cost an extra-low $29.99. Happy learning!

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