This is a general cannot be true question. There’s no way to answer it in advance. Instead, you should look through the answers to see which of them involve variables that have a lot of restrictions.
A is CORRECT. This diagram from the rules shows that F has to go before L:
B, C and E are wrong because they involve interchangeable variables (G and J). Since there’s no difference between G and J, they’re highly unlikely to be the right answer on a cannot be true question.
(Technically, it would be possible for an interchangeable variable to be part of the right answer on a must be true/false question, but I’ve never seen it happen. They’re too flexible.)
This diagram proves that D is wrong:
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