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At least for me, the issue is less making the inference and more remembering exactly what the passage says. If I thoroughly grasp the material, the inference usually seems obvious. I spend much more time then I used to reading the passage to ensure I understand all of it. If you have the broad strokes of each paragraph and the passage nailed down, you can easily find the part of the passage the inference question references, skim it, and then answer the question. This saves some valuable time in case you do have to go back, though of course it's better to read it thoroughly first and have all the key parts memorized. If you're having issues with the "inference" part, I'd probably recommend going over inference question types in whatever LR curriculum you're using.
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