Flaw questions on the LSAT are many things, but unpredictable they ain’t – LSAC loves to use variations on the same flaw, over and over. (That’s one of the reasons why the LSAT is such a learnable test.) Obviously, in order to effectively tackle Flaw questions on the LSAT, you should have a good understanding of the flaws themselves. However, it’s also very helpful to know things that are very rarely flaws – things that show up frequently as an answer choice, but are almost never the correct answer.
If you’re a student in Blueprint’s fall LSAT classes, your head is probably reeling at this point. Premises! Conclusions! Ordering rules! Contrapositives! There’s a lot to take in during the early weeks of your class.