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Is it possible to improve reading speed and visual comprehension by doing exercises?
I strongly doubt this answer. All classical speed reading techniques favor comprehension over speed and require you to pass the reading exercises with at least 90% of comprehension to advance. The comprehension drop indicates that the student has advanced too fast and was reported to be insignificant, compared to the actual reading speed.