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Fast ForWord FAQ # 10 - Can I See a Demo?

Posted by Peter Barnes on November 24, 2014 at 9:00 AM


Fast ForWord ProgramHow can a parent, or teacher see what the Fast ForWord brain training and reading development exercises look like?

There are short videos that show what the exercises are and how they work to develop students' brains to have greater learning capacity and better reading skills. Also, there are demo exercises built into the online platform that delivers the exercises to students' homes and schools.

Watch the answer by LearnFast specialist, Heidi.



Prefer to read the video transcript? Here it is.

Interviewer:   A lot of software programs will give you a free trial period or a demo. Is the same available for Fast ForWord?

Heidi:   We do have a demo of the various exercises in each module that can give you a good feel for the content and the graphics. You'll see the characters are really bright and colourful. It will just give you a sample. The program is obviously far more involved, but it will give you a good idea of what to expect. 


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