My idea of an ideal ACT 36 book is one that accomplishes two things:
1. Discusses how to answer the most difficult ACT questions and gives plenty of practice for each type.
2. Shows the student how to save time on the easier portions of the test so that there will be enough time to work on the most difficult questions.
Barron's ACT 36 does neither of these things. In particular, there are not nearly enough practice problems.