When an item assesses out, it is assessed on the preclear’s own definition.
You don’t look up what assesses out, except when a preclear does not understand the item on a list. Then you clean the misunderstood and REASSESS as the misunderstood cooked the list.
Looking up an assessed item from an LX1 acts as an invalidation. LX1 items must not be invalidated as LX1 uncovers a sort of invalidation chain.
However, if you have assessed an item and then find that the preclear does not understand it, then get the word defined and renull the list.
In running any item found by assessing from a prepared list, never get the preclear to define it unless he does not understand it whereupon you have to clear the word and reassess the list. If you find it and the preclear does not query its meaning, do not then get the preclear to define it. If you do get him to define it, the process being used with the item will not work too well.
In running recall on an LX1 item, it is not necessary to have the preclear run it aloud if the preclear is doing the command. Running recall in this fashion is not a comm process.
[Original distribution was “Class VIII, Confidential”; it is no longer a confidential issue.]