Since this is an old post, I don't expect the original poster to still be around. The pacing "problem" that the poster describes does impact many Test Takers during their studies though. Pacing problems don't exist on their own - the cause of these types of pacing problems is almost always in how YOU do your work.
When reviewing a question that took "too long", consider the following:
1) How many times did you have to read it before you started doing work?
2) Did you have to go back and reread the entire prompt while you were in the middle of solving it?
3) Do you take enough notes? Do you label your work?
4) How much math do you do "in your head?"
5) Are you comfortable with approaches besides "just doing math?"
6) Can you admit when you have no idea how to tackle a question?
Chances are that one (or more) of the above "issues" is affecting your pacing. Improving these areas will likely make a big difference in your pacing (and your scores).
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