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I usually start the flaw question with eliminating answer choices with least possible chance, for example, which uses stronger words on conclusion than the stimulus. So for the first round, I immediately did not like the phrase “will be unable to repair” on answer choice B bc it is stronger than “probably did not cause” on stimulus.
I got this question right bc no other answer choices were attractive but this strategy was huge time waste on this specific question.
Is it a bad strategy to eliminate some choices only based on the conclusion first or did I miss something?
You did (essentially) the right thing. This question is harder because it defies our experience-based expectations.
Remember to apply some situational awareness, though. I mean, it makes perfect sense to be skeptical of (B) because of the different language in the conclusion. But also be aware that late in the section, the test writers offer more-difficult questions, so you don't want to eliminate an answer—even an unlikely one!—without having read it.