The reading section haunts every dark corner of my mind

<p>My biggest problems: retention of details - either explicitly stated or inferred - and comprehension. Due to the daunting time constraint, I feel like I have no choice but to speed through, compromising my knowledge of details and my understanding of the passage. I'm a naturally slow reader, and I feel like reading for leisure doesn't help because, well, it's LEISURE and I treat it as such. So how can I make speed, comprehension, and retention meet?</p>

<p>Just try to remember where the details are in the passage, you don’t have to remember specifics on the first read. When you come across the section, go to where you think they talked about that and find the right detail.</p>