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I have been practicing for the ACT for 2 months. I am a junior and I took the ACT for the first time in December. I was so frustrated after running out of time on the English and math that on the second half I could not concentrate and started filling in random bubbles. The timing is so difficult. On english and math I had to fill in ten randomly. I want to practice but will it even help me in a situation that has to do with timing? My goal score is a 31 and I don't think I even got a 19 to be honest. What should I do?