TWO COMPLETE DIFFERENCES ASSESSMENT LISTING AND NULLING 1970

TWO COMPLETE DIFFERENCES ASSESSMENT LISTING AND NULLING 1970

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BOARD TECHNICAL BULLETIN
20 AUGUST 1970R
Revised & Reissued 19 August 1974 as BTB
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CANCELS HCO BULLETIN OF 20 AUGUST 1970
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TWO COMPLETE DIFFERENCES
ASSESSMENT
LISTING AND NULLING


ASSESSMENT IS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SUBJECT FROM LISTING AND NULLING.
LISTING AND NULLING IS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SUBJECT FROM ASSESSMENT.
Please get these differences very clearly. They are completely different actions. They are even years apart in development. They have nothing to do with each other.


ASSESSMENT

Assessment is an action done from a prepared list. A PREPARED list.
The list is prepared by the Auditor or the C/S or it is an HCOB of prepared lists. It is done by someone other than the PC.
The prepared list for an Assessment is not made up by the preclear.
Assessment is done exactly per the Book of E-Meter Drills, Number 24.
Assessment is NOT done by the Laws of Listing and Nulling.
Assessment has nothing to do with S & Ds, Remedy A or Remedy B (which are Listing and Nulling actions).
Assessment is not auditing. It is simply trying to locate something to audit.
You say the words on the prepared list right to the Pc’s bank, bang, bang, marking the reads, and go through the list of reading items until you are left with one reading item. That is the item.
To get a clue as to what happened, the C/S prepares a list, and the Auditor starts assessing with the list already written out,
The Auditor calls out each item and notes its read as follows:


Lions X
Big Game SF
Cats X
Felines SF
Tigers X
Bearers X
Trucks X
Elephants X
Killing F
Camping X

Three items are now reading after the first assessment . The Auditor continues to assess the reading items on the list by elimination down to ONE item. On the second assessment the list looks like this:

Lions X
Big Game SF X
Cats X
Felines SF X
Tigers X
Bearers X
Trucks X
Elephants X
Killing F LFBD
Camping X

Now the item left in is “Killing”. It is circled. That is the item. The C/S now knows where the charge lies.
This item is prepchecked or done on an L1 as a subject or otherwise handled as directed by the C/S.
Sometimes some items will read three or four times, but the action is the same. The Auditor assesses the reading items by elimination down to one item. And that is all there is to it. If the item “killing” also had an F/N, the item would not be handled further as the charge will have blown.


LISTING AND NULLING

Listing and Nulling is an action whereby the PC gives items in answer to the Auditor’s listing question.
It is the Preclear who lists. Listing and Nulling is listed by the preclear. This is done precisely per the Laws of Listing and Nulling. (HCOB 1 August 1968).
There is no Listing and Nulling drill in the Book of E-Meter Drills.
The Auditor asks the listing question, if it reads he asks the PC the question, the PC answers, item, item, item, item. The Auditor writes the items down as the PC gives them noting the read or no read as the PC gives the item. The Auditor then nulls the list per the Laws of Listing and Nulling.
In Listing and Nulling, there should be ONLY ONE reading item on the list after nulling.
You don’t go over and over the reading items by a process of elimination. You may extend the list if more than one item is reading on nulling.
In its finest form, Listing and Nulling is done to LFBD F/N.
The Auditor says the listing question to the PC, checks whether it read and notes the reads per Number 6 of the Laws of Listing and Nulling.
Ideally, the following would happens.
The Auditor checks the question “Who got shot?” It gets a long fall, so it is reading well. Auditor writes the read beside the question. Then the Auditor gives the PC the question with good TR 8, and PC gives items. The Auditor writes the Pc’s items down, noting whether the item read and the read as the PC gives it. The first reads therefore is always the read the item gave as the PC said it.

“Who got shot?” LF

Me X
Joe X
Bearers
Elephants X
Tigers
The Buffalo X
IND. The White Hunter LFBD F/N

The list could be shorter or longer, but ideally, the above would happen—THE item will give an LFBD F/N on listing, and that is the item. It is given to the pc. The pc will have cogs and VGIs.
This is the best kind of listing—which never has to get as far as the nulling stage. THE item gets an LFBD F/N on listing. This is the sign of the real Pro. This is the kind of listing we want.
Or the following could happen, which is nit as fine as the above, but which is also well done Listing and Nulling.
The listing question is checked, it reads well and the auditor gives the pc the listing question:


„Who got shot?“ LF
Me X
Joe X
Bearers X
Elephants X
Tigers X
The Buffalo X

The pc says, „That’s all.“ Auditor notes the pc’s ruds are in and the pc is in good comm.
Auditor pleasantly says, „Thank you. I’ll check the listing question.“ He does so, and almost certainly the question reads. Auditor notes down this action.
If the auditor gets a read, he say: „We’ll extend the list.“
And the auditor extends the list. He asks the listing question and the willingly answers:

EXT The Dog X
The White Hunter LFBD

Pc indicates he has no more items.
Now you have an LFBD item, but no F/N, so the list must be nulled.
The auditor nulls the WHOLE list—and the one list looks like the following:

„Who got shot?“ LF
Me X X
Joe X X
Bearers X X
Elephants X X
Tigers X X
The Buffalo X X
EXT
The Dog X X
IND The White Hunter LFBD LFBD F/N

“The White Hunter will BD F/N because it is the item. The Auditor gives the item to the PC. The PC will have Cogs and VGIs. It might happen that the PC tells the Auditor that this is the item, at which point the Auditor would pleasantly say “thank you. ‘The White Hunter’ is your item.” Or he could just smile and say “Thank you”, in acknowledgment. But the point is that he would never chop the pc’s Cog or enforce his presence on the PC while this is happening.
GOOD TRs ARE VITAL.
And this is the way you do Listing and Nulling.
You get an LFBD F/N while Listing or while Nulling, if you’re a flubless Auditor. It is the finest hand that gets it while Listing and never has to get to the Nulling stage. However, both are excellent. A list that has to be nulled to cm LFBD item is acceptable, but not worthy of praise.
There is of course one other place where you could get an LFBD F/N in Listing and Nulling - which is while checking the listing question for read before listing. You could get an F/N on checking the question, and the PC could start cogging and blow the whole subject. When that happens, the subject has blown. Don’t do anything more with it. Indicate the F/N and let the PC have his Cog and VGIs.
Listing and Nulling is so simple. Have perfect TRs, know the Laws of Listing and Nulling, and do it as shown above.
Any Auditor who consistently cannot get an LFBD F/N while Listing and Nulling should retrain on Listing and Nulling. It is more than likely he’ll find he has bought some one else’s misunderstoods or considerations on the subject.
As a matter of fact, Listing and Nulling is a breeze and don’t let anyone try to tell you otherwise.


Prepared from LRH lectures,
C/Ses and HCOBs by CS-4
Revised & Reissued as BTB by Flag Mission 1234
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