Is this type of help-seeking permitted since I'm not spelling out the game? If not please let me know and I'll delete this....
#19.....I understand why they're saying what the answer is. But couldn't the stimulus be read to come up with an answer like this....which leads to another choice, ie - J and L could each do it, just not in the same setup. Am I having a reading deficiency right now?
scenario 1) L only reviews S
l-----k ---- j
S --- T --- U
scenario 2) J only reviews S
edit - the formatting messes it up...added some dashes for clarity
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This game is actually from PT 42. The problem with your first scenario is that the question asks for a list of students who review S, and nothing else. M also reviews T in your diagram. Your second scenario doesn't break any rules. The question isn't asking for an exhaustive list of people who could review only S. Rather, it's asking for a list of people who could review only S under one particular scenario. If J alone had been presented as an answer choice, the choice would have been valid.