Assessment means the locating on a prepared list, one item.
Listing and Nulling means the pc lists.
The laws of listing and nulling apply only to LISTING and nulling. It IS auditing.
The actions of assessment do not apply to listing and nulling and never have.
Assessment is from a prepared list. It was done around 1960. It still is used. It has its own actions.
But as the prepared lists as in Pre-have become bulky, I then developed a NEW action where the pc listed.
DO NOT apply the rules of assessment as in the E-Meter book to Listing and Nulling.
These are two different actions entirely.
The key is that a list for assessment is always from a list prepared by the auditor or from an HCO B as in “7 resistive cases”.
S & Ds, Remedy Bs, etc, are LISTED by the pc and follow the LAWS of listing and nulling.
This is assessment, a list prepared by the C/S or auditor, not the pc.
To get a clue to what happened, the C/S prepares a list:
Then the auditor nulls it to ONE item.
This is then prepchecked or done on an L1 as a subject.
When you list and null the pc gives the list.
Who got shot?
The auditor nulls this (Xes and second action noted).
TWO items are now reading so the auditor EXTENDS the list -
And then the auditor renulls the WHOLE list (second X, etc) and only one item stays in which is a complete list. That is the item. It is given to pc.
[This HCO B was revised by HCO B 20 August 1970, Two Complete Differences - Assessment Listing and Nulling, which is cancelled by BTB 20 August 1970R, Revised and Reissued 19 August 1974, same title.]