These questions are hard, because you also have to think about the candidates who are assigned to ambassadorships. The easiest way is to write down the three ambassadors beside each answer choice.
A is CORRECT.
B assigns K, N and L to ambassadorships. K and N can’t go together (first rule).
C is wrong because J is in. If J is in then K has to be in too, not out (second rule).
D is wrong because one of K or N always has to be in (first rule).
E is wrong because it puts J, K and N in ambassadorships. K and N can’t both be assigned (first rule).
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