Hey, doing that, you will run out of time. I got 99th percentile in that part and the best way to do it is by looking at each answer.

Look at answer A and think: "Can the Big square side touch the 2 small squares sides". Then look at the unfolded figure, since the 2 patterns are not touching unfolded and are parallel when folded, it's not A. For B, "Can 3 cirlces touch big dot?". Unfolded, we can see that they will always be parallel because of they are on the opposite sides of the 2 squares base. So it's not B. C is similar to B, so not C either. It leaves you D, and by checking it, you can see that the 3 dots and the square patterns can touch. Quick way is to consider the 2 squares as the base and then all 4 squares next to it are it's sides. So then, the big square has to be on top, touching every pattern except the 2 squares itself.