Poseidon Pvt. Ltd. was looking to recruit freshers for a particular project. The company administered a test to around 2,000 candidates, out of which 13 candidates got short-listed for the final round. All of these candidates had scored the exact same marks in the test. Now, in Poseidon Ltd. there were only 6 openings. So to select the best out of these 13 candidates, the administered a second test. This one had only five questions, each with a Yes/No answer.
The test results of the candidates had thirteen different answer sequences.
The top six had the same number of correct answers and were all hired.
Amy, Jason and T
ina were among those who weren't hired. The following table shows their answer sequences:
Using this, deduce the correct sequence of answers?