Questions that the evaluator may not have the appropriate information to respond to them, a lack of volume of information necessary to make determinations or lack of access to the information necessary for a determination to be made.
If you are the evaluator in this type of situation, what would you consider as your options and how would you proceed?
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If I didn't have the appropriate information to respond to specific questions, I would seek to gain this information through research, or from other more experienced evaluators, in order to ...
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