I struggled with RC a lot too and didn't really find a successful strategy until the last month before the test date. The RC section is pretty consistent in terms of the first passage being the easiest and the last passage being one of the hardest, so I trained myself to get through the first passage as quickly as possible -- I'm a slow reader so no more than 7 minutes there. For the next two passages I gave myself more time because I knew they'd be harder (no more than 9 minutes each) and as soon as a question stumped me I'd skip it...no fixating on that question because there's not enough time. By the time I got to the final passage, I usually didn't get through all the questions but since I knew it would be one of the hardest passages, I felt that I could justify missing a question or two at the end. I managed to pull of -6 on test day, whereas I was averaging -8 on practice tests, and I aced the first two passages. Probably not the best score compared to a lot of people on this site, but I struggled a lot with the LSAT overall so this strategy worked for me. Which resources are you using to study for RC? I'd recommend 7Sage when practicing for easier passages. I found that the speed at which JY reads and watching which details he chooses to fixate on in the passage are very effective for training yourself.