This is an interesting and somewhat difficult integrated reasoning questino that requires a bit of critical thinking. The question presents a scenario where you are in a web conference and there are two sessions of developers - a morning session and an afternoon session. Each session has its own set of requirements in terms of gender, company background, etc. You are given requirements for these sessions, but you are not told which requirements belong to which group. It is your job to infer, based on the information provided, which requirements belong to which group. It's like picking up clues here and there and figuring out the puzzle.
But the puzzle doesn't end there. Once you figure out which requirements goes with which session, you need to figure out which developer is allowed in either session and which developer is NOT allowed in either session.
Given that you have an either/neither situation going on, you can fairly assume that the other three people in the form of answer choices are allowed to go to one session but not the other.
Get some practice keeping track of the various requirements in this question.
source: GMAT Pill
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