On general must be true questions, you should look at your diagram to see common features in all scenarios.
Here, the two things we can conclude are:
- 2 is early on
- 0 can’t be last
C is CORRECT. 2 is always before 3, since 2 is either first or second.
This process is called “prephrasing”. You predict what the answer will be, then you skim through the answers looking for that answer.
You should look at all the answers, but when you find your prediction you don’t have to consider every other answer in depth.
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