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I like the SAT Critical Reading section much more than the ACT Reading Section. Everything is in order, the questions give specific lines to help solve problems, and there is much more inferring. However, the ACT Reading Section is usually out of order and does not take a lot of inferring. Rather, some answers come straight out of the text.
My question is this: What is the best approach to solve these questions? My ultimate goal is a 34-36, so I was wondering how I should tackle these questions. Do I look at all of the questions first and then somehow try to remember everything while I am reading the passage, or do I read the passage first and try to remember everything? Any input at all would be helpful.