Here is a question that I got wrong on PT #42. The correct answer puzzles me, so I am hoping someone can set me straight."For the school paper, five students--Jiang, Kramer, Lopez, Megregian, and O'Neill--each review one or more of exactly three plays: Sunset, Tamerlane, and Undulation, but do not review any other plays. The following conditions must apply: Kramer and Lopez each review fewer of the plays the Megregian. Neither Lopez nor Megregian reviews any play Jiang reviews. Kramer and O'Neill both review Tamerlane. Exactly two of the students review exactly the same play or plays as each other.Which one of the following could be an accurate and complete list of the students who review only Sunset?A) LopezB) O'NeillC) Jiang, LopezD) Kramer, O'NeillE) Lopez, Megregian"The correct answer is (A), but I don't understand why it is not (C). Sunset: JiangTamerlane: Megregian, O'Neill, KramerUndulation: Megregian, O'Neill, LopezORSunset: Megregian, O'Neill, LopezTamerlane: Megregian, O'Neill, KramerUndulation: JiangIn the first scenario, Jiang is the student who reviews ONLY Sunset. In the second scenario, Lopez is the student who reviews ONLY Sunset.Why is this not correct?
Don't feel bad, I just took 42 and made that exact same mistake. Game 4 was such a nightmare.
Thank you to both of you. I see where I went wrong now. That language can sometimes confuse me - I better dig through some old preptests and review similar question constructions to become more comfortable with those types of questions.Thanks again!
I just finished this prep test too.How do you think about Q14 in this Game section? Don't you think the question is very tricky too? "How many of the days are such that at most two batches could be made on that day?" Can we discuss how to approach this type of questions?Thanks for sharing.
awkward follows you like a beer chasing a shot of tequila.
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