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PrepTest 78, Game 4, Question 19

The content provides a strategic approach to solving a specific type of question on the GRE, focusing on ordering rules and the process of elimination to identify incorrect answer choices.
  • Identifies a strategy for answering questions about sequence ordering by examining constraints on positions.
  • Explains why 'T' cannot occupy the second position due to the requirement of having both 'K' and 'W' precede it.
  • Demonstrates the process of elimination by detailing why other answer choices ('K', 'L', 'W', 'Z') could potentially fit in the second spot through various ordering examples.
  • Concludes that 'C', representing 'T', is the correct answer because it cannot logically fit in the second position given the rules.
Understanding the Question
Identifying the Correct Answer
Analyzing Incorrect Answers