- Tue Dec 27, 2022 1:56 pm
Great question! The answer is no: we can never safely assume that an argument is valid if the question stem doesn't indicate a flaw, so always keep an eye out for questionable arguments! For example, the argument in Q2 of PT 1, Sec 3 ("People who are red/green color-blind") is an example of a mistaken reversal, but its question stem reads:
"Which one of the following most closely parallels the reasoning in the argument presented in the passage?"
Best of luck on your prep!