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Posted by: Daniel Rustburn
Posted on: Jul 11th, 2012 at 11:54am
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That is correct, but you need to also be aware of how much too invoke the response to the relevant questions because if you consistently invoke a response at a specific question and do not have the same response at another relevant question then you have alerted the examiner that you have an issue with that particular relevant question and will fail.  The real question is are you sophisticated enough to engage in CM and if you are not, then do not try it.
Posted by: stefano - Ex Member
Posted on: Feb 25th, 2012 at 12:16am
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Stressed wrote on Feb 23rd, 2012 at 6:59pm:
I'm sorry but I do not understand the statement of varying your responses to two differing groups oftwo relavent questions in two different chart presentations.

For the R/I format, examiners look for "consistent, specific, and significant” reactions to a particular relevant question. By randomly varying your responses, such attributes cannot be distinguished.
Posted by: Stressed
Posted on: Feb 23rd, 2012 at 6:59pm
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I'm sorry but I do not understand the statement of varying your responses to two differing groups of  two relavent questions in two different chart presentations. ( I know that is not a direct quote).

Can someone give me an example of this....