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October 14, 2012    
 
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The Data Series Evaluator Course teaches one how to evaluate situations and find WHYs using the Data Series.

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Because of this data I can see situations much more clearly-this course is pure genius.One of the things that Ron was so generous with was data to make us very smart and able.he hit a major homerun with this.
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Reviewed by ingrid smith November 12, 2012
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This handles crazy illogical think!

Because of this data I can see situations much more clearly-this course is pure genius.One of the things that Ron was so generous with was data to make us very smart and able.he hit a major homerun with this.

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Pros
The data in this course can sort out crazy think. Any situation you have experienced of "why are they doing that ??!!! Doesn't make sense" is clarified with this data.
Also if you find yourself stuck in a horrible situation it can be resolved using this data.
It adds brilliance to your life and thinking. Can't say enough good about it.
Cons
absolutely none.

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though they are not required, I would strongly recommend one do the Org Exec Course. The FEBC wouldn't be a bad idea either. The DSEC just makes life easier for an executive or a guy who wants to figure out how come things get so tangled up in life.
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Reviewed by roy4021 November 12, 2012
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Data Series Evaluator's Course

though they are not required, I would strongly recommend one do the Org Exec Course. The FEBC wouldn't be a bad idea either. The DSEC just makes life easier for an executive or a guy who wants to figure out how come things get so tangled up in life.

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Pros
Once the course is completed and all drills and Practical application are done, the end product is not only the ability to see things that don't make sense on a given subject and establish the truth in that subject by following and identifying what doesn't make sense and then seeing the actual situation that exists because of the little insanities that created or helped to create it. Once that is found, it's easy to straighten it out with a written out sequence of handling. The whole concept of the DSEC is to recognize the TRUTH in what one is trying to fix or handle. Data Series 1 says: "Sanity is the ability to identify Differences, Similarities and Identities". Once one gets the concept of the first Data Series PL it makes it easy to see what the Data Series Evaluator's Course is all about. Once one completes the course and demonstrates his knowledge of the course, one will look back and ask how one lived life without it.
Cons
It's a tough course, to say the least. I did the course many years ago, and I still find myself reviewing the Policies often. Is it worth it? You bet it is.

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The “Hubbard Elementary Data Series Evaluators Course” per the 1990 checksheet is a worked over version of the “Elementary Evaluators Course/Elementary Data Series Evaluators Course” of 1973/1978, by Mary-Sue Hubbard. The drills of the original course, written by Mary-Sue and Suzette Hubbard, were aimed at the application in Scientology Organizations. The Policy letter of 13 January 1979, “Orders, Illegal and Cross”, lists this course as a step “so you can evaluate your position and get the real Why on what is going on.”
The original course as well as some of its materials are not found in today’s organizations anymore. The 1990 checksheet presents the material on a gradient more suited to anyone, if on staff or not. However, I was recently told that in one organization even the course from 1990 could not be found anymore.

In this course one studies the Policy Letters of the Data Series. Sequenced in are drills and applications. The range of this material can hardly be overstressed. Using the understanding presented in the Data-Series L. Ron Hubbard had developed Dianetics and Scientology. Data-Series No. 1 alone contains a description of the principle of aberration, the “A=A=A”, a central statement of the book “Dianetics, The modern Science of Mental Health”. (This formula expresses that non identical things are considered to be identical and so a false pictures or inappropriate dealing with a situation results. “All=All=All” is a common denominator of illogical behavior.)

Subjects: In an area of your life or in an organization, if something seems to be wrong, how do you investigate and follow up things that do not make sense or are contrary to common senses?
Often, if one thing is wrong one attempts to remedy bad effects of that and new difficulties are added. After while of such “remedying” one looses sight of the original and actual point of the difficulty. This course helps with a systematic approach to isolate the true causes and develop some handling that does not insert new difficulties into the situation.
Or, if something really runs right you may want to find out how that can be continued or strengthened. And last, but not least, if one wanted to reach some goal one needed to isolate any stops that could turn it into a failed dream – and be able to list out the steps that need to be done in order to be successful. I would summarize, this course teaches common sense in a systematic approach.

One of the most important realizations to me was that even if I felt subjected to a suppression from a far distant place or person I do not have to be helpless. This suppression entered into my life through some channels. And at these points of contact, where that suppression entered into my life I would be able to do something about it; I could be cause within my sphere of control. I couldn’t handle the nonsense of David Miscavige or the IAS directly, but I could handle the registrar that was on the phone. I could ask him for a reference for his activity. I could get him to ask his senior for a reference on that. I could refuse to give money. I could refuse to follow an illegal order. I could alert others to the points where they had opened the gates for nonsense and suppression to enter into their lives. And some of them shut them and live a happier life since. And through this, multiple points of sanity and refusal to take part in insane acts grow.

Although only a very minor application, this course is an anti-dote to the nonsense produced by David Miscavige. Its lack of presence inside the C of S is not surprising. If applied, the understanding presented, I would not be able to say how one still could be a victim – but one who handles things effectively.
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Reviewed by Worsel November 11, 2012
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Common Sense can be learned

The “Hubbard Elementary Data Series Evaluators Course” per the 1990 checksheet is a worked over version of the “Elementary Evaluators Course/Elementary Data Series Evaluators Course” of 1973/1978, by Mary-Sue Hubbard. The drills of the original course, written by Mary-Sue and Suzette Hubbard, were aimed at the application in Scientology Organizations. The Policy letter of 13 January 1979, “Orders, Illegal and Cross”, lists this course as a step “so you can evaluate your position and get the real Why on what is going on.”
The original course as well as some of its materials are not found in today’s organizations anymore. The 1990 checksheet presents the material on a gradient more suited to anyone, if on staff or not. However, I was recently told that in one organization even the course from 1990 could not be found anymore.

In this course one studies the Policy Letters of the Data Series. Sequenced in are drills and applications. The range of this material can hardly be overstressed. Using the understanding presented in the Data-Series L. Ron Hubbard had developed Dianetics and Scientology. Data-Series No. 1 alone contains a description of the principle of aberration, the “A=A=A”, a central statement of the book “Dianetics, The modern Science of Mental Health”. (This formula expresses that non identical things are considered to be identical and so a false pictures or inappropriate dealing with a situation results. “All=All=All” is a common denominator of illogical behavior.)

Subjects: In an area of your life or in an organization, if something seems to be wrong, how do you investigate and follow up things that do not make sense or are contrary to common senses?
Often, if one thing is wrong one attempts to remedy bad effects of that and new difficulties are added. After while of such “remedying” one looses sight of the original and actual point of the difficulty. This course helps with a systematic approach to isolate the true causes and develop some handling that does not insert new difficulties into the situation.
Or, if something really runs right you may want to find out how that can be continued or strengthened. And last, but not least, if one wanted to reach some goal one needed to isolate any stops that could turn it into a failed dream – and be able to list out the steps that need to be done in order to be successful. I would summarize, this course teaches common sense in a systematic approach.

One of the most important realizations to me was that even if I felt subjected to a suppression from a far distant place or person I do not have to be helpless. This suppression entered into my life through some channels. And at these points of contact, where that suppression entered into my life I would be able to do something about it; I could be cause within my sphere of control. I couldn’t handle the nonsense of David Miscavige or the IAS directly, but I could handle the registrar that was on the phone. I could ask him for a reference for his activity. I could get him to ask his senior for a reference on that. I could refuse to give money. I could refuse to follow an illegal order. I could alert others to the points where they had opened the gates for nonsense and suppression to enter into their lives. And some of them shut them and live a happier life since. And through this, multiple points of sanity and refusal to take part in insane acts grow.

Although only a very minor application, this course is an anti-dote to the nonsense produced by David Miscavige. Its lack of presence inside the C of S is not surprising. If applied, the understanding presented, I would not be able to say how one still could be a victim – but one who handles things effectively.

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Pros
If you are a sharp mind this course brings you to the top where things are simple again. But they are not simple because an opinion makes it unnecessary to look. They are simple, because you see and understand, what is going on.
Cons
This is a demanding subject and a demanding course. At points it requires work and concentration.

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Overall, if you really want a good understanding of the Data Series, the DSEC with its discipline of studying in a properly-supervised courseroom and doing all the drills on the checksheet will definitely help.
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3.3
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Reviewed by Paul Adams November 10, 2012
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The DSEC definitely helps one get the Data Series

Overall, if you really want a good understanding of the Data Series, the DSEC with its discipline of studying in a properly-supervised courseroom and doing all the drills on the checksheet will definitely help.

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Pros
I was very happy to do this course. At the time I did it, I was very pleased with how much the course — with all its drills — enhanced my understanding of the Data Series, which I had studied as individual issues many times before.
Cons
I don't know if this is the course, or just me, but the only complete eval I have ever done since I did the course around 1994 is the one I had to do to complete the course.

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No
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I took the Hubbard Elementary Data Series Evaluator Course in the later 1990's and what a delight this course was. I learned about outpoints, plus points, situations, statistics, why's and much more. The net effect was that I could step back, view something, and then evaluate it as to a handling (or not). This took away the need for considerations, significances and opinions about the subject in question which made it far easier to handle it (or not).
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Reviewed by TheWidowDenk November 09, 2012
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Data Series Evaluator Course - Learn how to step back and look

I took the Hubbard Elementary Data Series Evaluator Course in the later 1990's and what a delight this course was. I learned about outpoints, plus points, situations, statistics, why's and much more. The net effect was that I could step back, view something, and then evaluate it as to a handling (or not). This took away the need for considerations, significances and opinions about the subject in question which made it far easier to handle it (or not).

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Independent Scientologist

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