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What's your Strategy for the ACT reading section? I run out of time in this section.
I'm taking the ACT for the first time in September and I've been doing a few practice tests. The problem I'm having is running out of time on the reading section. 4 sections in 35 minutes is a bit intense. I don't have this problem on the SAT because I do the questions as I read, so not only is the passage fresh in my mind, but also sometimes I don't have to read the entire passage to answer all the problems.
The ACT reading section, however, seems to be organized differently; namely, the reading sections are not organized in chronological order. So the only strategy i have is...none at all. I just basically read the passage fast, and then try to answer as fast as i can. But, i still run out of time.