## PrepTest 78, Game 3, Question 14

Summary

The analysis of question 14 from PT 78 game number 3 reveals the logical sequencing required when T is positioned after M and V, demonstrating the critical thinking needed for GRE prep.

- T must follow M and V, placing this scenario in the first version of the outlined world where T can logically come after V.
- S must precede M, V, T, and H but cannot be the first, necessitating S to be placed second to allow L to lead and accommodate the M, V before T, H sequence.
- M and V are interchangeable in the third and fourth positions, but T must be fifth and H sixth to satisfy the conditions set forth.
- Incorrect answer choices are systematically eliminated by applying the rules and conditions, highlighting the importance of understanding each element's relational dynamics.
- The correct answer, D, indicates that M can be earlier than V, showcasing the flexibility within the constraints of the given conditions.

Chapters

00:00

Introduction to the Logical Sequence

00:14

Establishing the Sequence Framework

01:18

Analyzing Incorrect Answers

01:07

Determining the Correct Answer