The first two questions are general questions. No local rules, no sifting through five lists of possible setups.
When you see that, it means that the LSAC really expected you to make a lot of deductions. It’s a strong sign to take another look at your diagrams to see if you missed something.
A could be true, in the second scenario. We could have U and T in 1 and 2, and Q in seat 3 of H. A is CORRECT.
B can never be true. Then the poor people in H1 and H3 wouldn’t have anyone beside them.
C can’t be true, because S always has to be before T.
D is wrong because T can’t be in 1. He needs S and U to the left of him.
E is wrong because U has to be in front of T.
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