ACT Reading: How To Improve Your Reading Comprehension For Fiction Passages


Kaplan ACT Reading teacher and online ACT tutor Claire provides a helpful lesson and tutorial on how to get more points on the Reading section of the ACT using Kaplan ACT Reading strategies. Learn how to get more questions right on the ACT Reading section (and raise your overall ACT score too!) by learning the Kaplan Method for Reading Comp. Find out how to apply reading comprehension specifically to fiction reading passages. This lesson is an excerpt from the online lessons in Kaplan Test Prep ACT courses (included in Kaplan online prep programs or in addition to Kaplan ACT classes and ACT tutoring programs). Kaplan ACT courses are designed to help college-bound high school students learn strategies to achieve a higher ACT score and get into college. For more information about Kaplan PSAT, ACT and SAT courses, visit
ACT Reading: How To Improve Your Reading Comprehension For Fiction Passages

9 Replies to “ACT Reading: How To Improve Your Reading Comprehension For Fiction Passages”

  1. I watched this and tried a passage on my own.
    It was similar, it also involved a narrator and the narrator’s specific understanding to her Grandma and her culture and I thought I did really well on it. I spent a bit over 3.5 minutes on reading, I marked up the feelings of each character, and when I answered the questions I got a 2/10. ?

  2. this is complete nonsense do not listen to it, on the act we only get on average 52.5 seconds to do each question mind you we have to find the answer in the passage without any references, if you did this method you would run out of time and get a lot wrong

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