## Can you read 600 pages in one day?

You ask how you can read 600+ pages a day, but the reason is more important than the way to do so.

The average reading speed is considered to be 200 words per minute (WpM), so it would take at least 10 hours for an average reader to cover 600 pages: that’s almost a full day spent with reading..

## Is it possible to read 200 pages in a day?

It depends, but in better free days my average is around 200-600 pages per day. Very often I’m crossing 200 pages, 600 pages rarely but pretty regularly.

## What is the 5 hour rule?

The five-hour rule was coined by Michael Simmons, founder of Empact, who has written about it widely. The concept is wonderfully simple: No matter how busy successful people are, they always spend at least an hour a day — or five hours a work week — learning or practicing. And they do this across their entire career.

## How many minutes should you read a day?

But how many hours of reading per day do you really need? The answer would between 15-30 minutes per day.

## How many pages one can read in a day?

If you are reading a book you do not enjoy, you will likely not be as fast. From personal experience I find that the average amount a person can read is 300 pages a day. I read anywhere from 200–400 a day, depending on the complexity of the read. This number will, of course, vary from person to person.

## Can you read 400 pages in a day?

While reading a 400-page book in one day is not always ideal, it is possible. There are actually several factors that will determine if you can accomplish this. Your reading speed is only one of them. Remember a few years ago when the Harry Potter books were extremely popular.