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So, you are finally here, staring your destiny in the face. You have finally taken the leap. The challenge beckoned, and you have answered: you have decided that you want to achieve a perfect score on your ACT Reading section.
You’ve been a diligent worker bee when it comes to prepping for the ACT, and we want to give you some specific ACT Reading strategies that will prepare you for a high score and get you one step closer to your dream school.
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One of the biggest sections on your ACT is the ACT Reading section and that means having the best possible reading strategies is extremely important. With 75 questions to answer and only 45 minutes to do it in, you need to make sure that you know how to study for this section by reading through the questions and passages properly.