Edit: diagram and explanation below are incorrect. The answer is B. Will make an edit shortly .

This question gives us a new rule. To draw it, you should look at our original scenarios and expand on them. These were the scenarios:

This question’s new rule is that LO are together. So in scenario 1, MLO go third, and fill up the group.

Scenario 2 is slightly more complicated. In scenario 2, KLO go together and fill up a group. Which group can they go in? Only 1st. If O goes 2nd, rule 2 says that JK must be together. So we’d have JKLO. But there’s only space for three variables in a group.

So in scenario 1 we have MLO filling group 3, and in scenario 2 we have KLO filling group 1:

In scenario 1, J, K and P are left to place (and JK can’t go together, rule 4). One of J/K must go 1st, because P can’t.

In scenario 2, J and P are left to place. At least one goes 2nd, because every group needs at least one ranger. The one of P and J can go either 2nd or 3rd:

**E **is **CORRECT. **P can be third, in scenario 2. (The P/J floating to the right of the diagram indicates it could go in either open group).

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Richard E DiGiovanni says

Hi Graeme,

Actually, the answer I got, and according to LSAC, the answer is B

MemberChristopher Toy says

In logic game 2, question 11 you have “O” in group one, but one of the rules forbids “O” from being group 1.

Leo says

yeah this dude is definitely wrong. The Correct answer is B…..