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What form does Scientology training take?

Scientology training is unique. Services are organized around a “checksheet,” which is a list of materials, divided into sections, that lay out the theory and practical techniques and drills that form the subject matter to be mastered. These are found in the books, tape-recorded lectures and other written materials referred to in the checksheet. Each student moves through his checksheet at his own speed, so no one is ever held back or pressured to go too fast. A trained Course Supervisor is always available to help the parishioner, to refer him to the exact materials, to answer his questions and to ensure he is applying standard study technology to gain the full benefits from his studies.


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