The following list of common errors causing student flunks in the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course has been obtained from the Student Examiner by the Guardian WW:
Theory — Not knowing commands — model session.
Written — Not fully understanding what a Q & A is.
The symptoms of Premature Acknowledgement.
What a PTS is.
Practical — Poor TR 0.
Auditing — By-passing floating needles.
Saying the needle floated below 2.0 on the Tone Arm.
Theory — Not knowing what makes a meter read (female students mostly).
Not knowing the various scales.
Written — Not understanding how an auditor can prevent a Pc from coming into PT in the CCHs.
Q & A — not recognizing it in an auditing situation, (most students pass this written exam).
Practical — TR 9, not running TR 9 with fine clear intention.
Too much force being applied when not necessary.
Auditing — Over-running — under-running.
Saying Pc went Problems Release on Grade 0 Processes.
Auditing over unflat ruds.
Theory — Missed W/Hs — understanding of. Model session.
ARC Breaks and their relationship to overts and M/W/Hs.
How to do Auditing by List.
Written — M/W/Hs and W/Hs — critical thoughts — ARC Breaks and what caused which.
Study material — appreciation of.
Practical — Not knowing and understanding how to do Auditing by List.
Reading meter through a D/N.
Long comm lags with admin and asking next question.
Bad TR 0.
Auditing — Additives to process — not stopping at floating needle or under-running.
Theory — How to do an ARC Break Assessment.
Difference between By-passed Charge Assessment and ARC Break Assessment.
When to stop doing ARC Break Assessment.
Written — The primary error in handling ARC Breaks.
How to do listing and nulling.
Confusing ARC Breaks with by-passed charge.
Practical — Goofing up nulling a list.
Doing nulling through D/N.
Turning the sensitivity up in the assessment.
Not being able to clean the needle on the Pc.
Auditing — Not knowing what to do with CDEI Scale or method of running R3H.
Over-running — under-running.
Not handling an ARC Break properly.
Theory — Definition of Service Fac. Rehab procedure. Understanding what PTS is.
Written — Recognizing a PTS situation. Details on rehabbing. Listing & Nulling rules. Recognizing when a new key-in has occurred in a rehab session. Knowing the rules on when to run a grade or when to rehab.
Practical — Slow nulling of a list — not doing it slickly and with certainty and with good TRs. Correct procedure on Listing and Nulling. Correct procedure on Auditing by List. Reading through D/N.
Very few flunks — occasionally over confusions on R6EW running — either shows in Theory or Written Exam.
Lots of flunks — model session, scales, basics, what makes a meter read, comm cycle, admin, how to do a worksheet.
Sometimes running process — R6EW — usually basics are weak.
Dangerous Auditor’s Exam — No flunks!