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Yes, one may practice the readings for Tisha b'Av. See Shulchan Arukh OC 554:4 and the commentaries there.
Besides dividing it in chunks, as mentioned in other answers, I also record myself after I'm mostly clear, to see if i made any silly OR tricky mistakes, including in the intonation or grammar.
One is not allowed to practice reading from the Torah on Tishah B'Av, even if he doesn't understand the words he's saying (i.e. just 'thoughtlessly' reading and memorizing the words). As @DoubleAA pointed out, the exception to this would be the one reading the Torah in Shul would be allowed to practice it in advance. (I'm making my own conclusion here, but ...
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