Wow, the older LG are soooooo much harder. Superprep C... f my life. The last game is actually really easy but it takes you a second to get it, or for me, 7 minutes lol.
Older LGs as in which ones? As I understood it, the 40s were the easiest, and have grown worse from there.
Well, I'm strictly talking about the ones from the superprep book. Yes, ones in the 40's are very easy.
Have you tried approaching flaws like a necessary assumption question? That is essentially what they are doing, forgetting some piece of information necessary to reach the conclusion. This is especially true when the wording of the question is "fails to consider", the answer will be the necessary assumption. Also, if the steam states "takes for granted that", than you can apply the negation technique of the necessary assumption.
Yeah this is interesting. Do you have a link or a deeper explanation for all of these common framings on Flaw question ACs?
For instance, I'm wondering if "presumes, without providing justification, that" is the same as "takes for granted that," and if so then we can (as you say) negate the AC and see what it does to the stim. And wait now that I am taking a closer look at your post, just to clarify: "fails to consider that" is the negated form of the necessary assumption already, right? So we don't need to go ahead and negate that again, we just check that it destroys the stim's argument, right? And if I am right that means the "fails to consider" CRs should be the easiest right answers to spot because they've already taken a step for us.