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I just recently took the ACT for the first time, I'm a junior. I went into the test pretty confident, I thought I would score at least a 27 on the first time. But to my surprise, I didn't get to finish any portion of the test completely. I recall not getting at least one column finished for each section. So I got my scores, and I was pretty disappointed.
Math is definitely my worst subject, and it did not help that I didn't finish the math section. I know I could've done better on reading and English. This is far from the score I want, I am going for at least a 32. Is this an unrealistic goal? Any tips on how I can do so? Thanks.