This question is unusual in that you can’t use a list of rules to eliminate answers. Instead you have to consider each scenario.
I found it easier to go answer by answer, see who got their first choice, and then check if the remaining choices make sense from that point.
This method eliminates two answers right off the bat: in A and C, nobody got their first choice. That violates the rules.
In D, Jackson gets their first choice. But then no one has their second choice (or better).
E is tricky. Jackson has their first choice. And Larabee has their second, so this looks good….except, Larabee could have had X, their first choice! So this answer isn’t consistent with the rules.
B is CORRECT. Larabee is first, Torillo is second, Jackson is third, Paulson is fourth.
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