Test: LSAT Logic Games

A saleswoman has exactly seven clients she must see by the end of February: Bruce, Cindy, Drew, Ellen, Gary, Harriet, and Karson. The saleswoman will see each of the seven clients exactly once by the February deadline according to the following guidelines:

            Either three or four of the clients must be seen in January. The remaining clients must be seen in February.

            Bruce cannot be seen in the same month as Cindy.

            Ellen must be seen in February.

            Harriet must be seen in the same month as Karson.

            If Drew is seen in January, Harriet must be seen in February.


If exactly four clients are seen in January, then those four clients could be:

Bruce, Cindy, Drew, and Gary

Drew, Gary, Harriet, and Karson

Bruce, Ellen, Harriet, and Karson

Cindy, Drew, Gary, and Karson

Bruce, Gary, Harriet, and Karson

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