In assessing and listing the Continue process it is vital to continue to assess the seven flows and list until the entire list widely F/Ns.
There can be more than seven lists taken from the seven flows.
One finds a rise or blow up item, does a list on it, then reassesses all seven flows, finds the next most rising item, lists then and assesses all seven flows and finds the next most stopped or rising item and lists that. One just keeps this up.
Eventually on assessing the seven flows you can only get a stopped needle. Then a slowed or killed F/N. One uses these for lists. Sometimes toward the last they blow on indication and cog.
The end of it all is the auditor assessing the seven flows without being able to disturb a wide wide persistent F/N.
That is the EP of the 37R process. There is no other EP. If not done to that EP the 37R process is incomplete.
The idea of flows should be cleared with the pc before assessment is done.
One can do this by getting the pc to draw them.
Don't confuse the pc with this clearing and make sure he is not confused before assessing the seven flows.
One can take a sheet of paper lengthwise and write the seven flows along the left edge with lines to the right. By putting in dividing vertical lines one then has 10 or 12 assessments laid out ready to do.
Unless one does a thorough job to the 37R End Phenomena on a low TA case the TA will continue to go low in future sessions.
A low TA takes more times through the assessments and listing than a high TA.
Auditors who can't do this well must be fully crammed on reading a needle and TA on stops, rises and blow ups.
The result, if properly done, is invariably good.