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What does TBD mean on the Assignment Slips?

TBD stands for "To Be Determined"

This appears when there are multiple pending talks. The Counsel Point for the more distant talk(s) will not be known yet. It will be contingent on the results of the next talk.

Example:

Suppose the current month is May. Bobby has a talk scheduled for June and also July. He is working on Study #5

The June S-89 slip will display "#5 - Appropriate Pausing" 

The July S-89 slip will display "TBD" because it is not yet known whether the counselor will decide to leave Bobby on #5 or advance him to some other point.

After entering the results of the June talk, reprinting the July slip will display the REVISED study point