A common denominator in Dianetic auditors was found to be out TR's. The TR's and their purposes are very clearly defined in other LRH writings, but it was found that students and supervisors alike tended to handle TR's not as the vital point toward auditing successfully, but tended to brush these off rather lightly.
Ron has made the point very clear that one could hand all the processes in the world to an unskilled person, and the results produced would be exactly zero.
TR 0 to IV must be run with total unvarying precision, and if this does not get done one begets students who lose, pc's who get wrapped up in knots and very poor results. One gets no auditors and blowing students, also a department of review which is overloaded with failing students.
If the TR's get done exactly as written by Ron there is no need for a very large percentage of students to go to cramming, and review.
It was also found that those students who really grooved in on their TR's got "with it" on the technical materials. They knew how to complete their study cycles of action.
The success of the student can be measured by, and is proportional to the degree of excellence in his TR's.
Ron says "a student has no case, but a failed student has. " So the thing to do is not to get failed students. And the supervisor who gets his students to really drill their TR's is the supervisor who gets wins and wins and students who can audit.
TR's are not a tea party and the rule of getting the student through it applies here also.
And the student once through will never look back but go forward to happy heights of "Well Dones" and winning PCs.