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The numerical scale is not a basis for disqualification, unless (it reaches the level of five wherein) there is a diagnosable psychiatric disorder that would affect the stability of the candidate," Cayosa told lawmakers in the same hearing.
He also explains how he adopted a mindset that turns even unsuccessful auditions into personal victories and presents a numerical scale by which to judge whether or not a part is worth taking.
A numerical scale (1-9), also known as the Davis scale, was used to evaluate foliar feeding damage (Davis et al.
An earlier version of the question that measured favorability with a numerical scale not directly comparable to the current format found strong majorities of the U.
Accounting for both the intensity of extreme temperatures and the duration of the heat wave, the index ranked events from those years on a numerical scale from 1 to 32+ and then assigned them one of seven classifications ranging from "normal" to "ultra extreme.
The objective of this study was compare perception of Jordanian evaluators toward attractiveness of dental photographs of patients before and after anterior teeth alteration with composite resin restorations in sequence and randomly and between genders using a 10-point numerical scale.
First, we presented dot sets to participants and instructed them to indicate the numerosity of the sets on a 0-20 numerical scale.
After the 4-week treatment plan, the patient rated his pain as a 2 on a 10-point numerical scale and had regained full ROM of his hip.
using emoticons or other graphics instead of a numerical scale to indicate satisfaction.
Endax used a rating scale questionnaire titled "Clarification of NSU Murders" in which 722 respondents answered questions by providing their opinion on a numerical scale of 1 to 6 (1 being very strong and 6 being very weak).
They rank publication outlets (particularly academic journals) according to their 'quality' and then--making the heroic assumption that an article's quality is indicated by the journal in which it is published--evaluate the quality of the work of individual academics, academic departments or research clusters during a specified period of time on a numerical scale.
The results also showed a correlation between the distress index--which uses a Likert-type numerical scale to score responses to questions relating to anger, depression/anxiety, and life control--and those identified as miscreants and those who consumed high doses of narcotics.

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