Don’t know if this could help you on this particular game Cecily, but i do my acceptability questions first, then hypotheticals, then must/cannot/could true questions . Generally, I find that you can eliminate 1 or 2 questions of must be/cannot true questions. On those that remain I just worked them out. On others that seem to be harder to figure out, I find that it’s prob cause I missed a major inference. Interested to hear what Dan has to say, but from what I’ve seen on all the Cannot/MUST BE TRUE questions that I’ve reviewed, (which is a lot) they usually are not questions that take too much to figure out. It’s just that time makes it hard if you don’t know right off the bat.
I forgot the most obvious thing lol, you do it in this order so you can see more of your prior work to help on questions like cannot be true/must be false