Test: LSAT Logic Games

During a job fair, Caroline will interview exactly seven candidates for an upcoming position at her company. She will interview candidates who currently work at five different companies: Gordon, Halley, Lerder, Mack, and Nickle. No two candidates will be interviewed simultaneously. The following constraints determine the order of Caroine’s interviews:

She will interview one candidate from each company, except Lerder, from which she will interview three candidates.

She will interview the Halley employee immediately following her interview with the Nickle employee.

Her interviews with Lerder employees are never consecutive.

The Gordon employee is neither the first nor the last interview.


Which of the following shows an acceptable order of the companies from which Caroline interviews candidates?

Lerder, Nickle, Halley, Lerder, Mack, Lerder, Gordon

Lerder, Mack, Nickle, Halley, Lerder, Gordon, Mack

Lerder, Nickle, Gordon, Lerder, Halley, Mack, Lerder

Lerder, Mack, Lerder, Gordon, Lerder, Nickle, Halley

Lerder, Nickle, Halley, Gordon, Lerder, Lerder, Mack

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