KEY QUESTION, a question usually with a set wording, the answer to which will determine or largely determine the interviewer’s opinion or evaluation of an employee, applicant, interviewee, etc.; a crucial question.
KEY QUESTION ONE, the key question you want answered yes by preclears is key question one, “Would you want someone else to have similar gains to yours?” (HCO PL 7 May 68)
KEY QUESTION TWO, the key question for students is key question two, “Would you want someone to achieve the knowledge you now have?” (HCO PL 7 May 68)
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