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Referring to the Passage
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"Referring"-type questions are the easier of the two, usually. These questions ask you to refer to the passage and pick out information that is stated clearly therein. There isn't really a sharp line between referring and reasoning questions: you might be asked to pick out an important detail, abstract the main point of a passage, infer the author's point of view, or make a true inference about ideas or characters in the passage. The ACT Companion tutorial can help you out on all the reading questions.

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