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Need Identification
... In this stage the salesperson takes a qualified prospect through a series of question and answer sessions in order to identify the requirements of the prospect ... The series of questions of need identification (or need assessment) are categorized in five different categories ... These questions being • Situational questions - deals with obtaining factual information regarding the buyer’s current situation (Spiro) ...
Opinion Polls About 9/11 Conspiracy Theories
... of various opinions and views about questions related to the attacks, both in the United States and in other countries ... quality of polls naturally varies considerably, as does the range and specificity of questions asked ... The questions here relate specifically to doubts about the mainstream account, and in all cases were part of a group of questions dealing with wider issues, usually of a political nature ...
A Question Of Sport - Quiz Format
... sports person for contestant to identify Action Round - contestants are asked questions about a montage of sporting action What Happened Next? - sports footage is halted at optimum ... The footage for the latter question will be of many different events and all show balls, or whatever item has been asked Mystery Guest - teams have to identify a sports ... Team captains always receive 'away' questions ...
Froomkin - Publications - Nieman Watchdog: Questions The Press Should Ask
... Froomkin is also deputy editor of Nieman Watchdog Questions the press should ask, a blog hosted by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University that ...
Science Bowl - Subject Areas
... High school questions are now asked in the categories entitled Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Energy, and "Earth and Space Science" ... Middle school questions are asked in the categories Physical Science, Life Science, Mathematics, Energy, General Science, and Earth and Space Science ... In late 2002, Computer Science was dropped as an official category questions relating to computer science are now asked under either General Science or Mathematics ...

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