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1 (lowest): almost never,
2: seldom,
3: satisfactory,
4: just right,
5 (highest): more than necessary.
Following is a list of generally desirable traits,

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TEAM MEMBER RATING
JEN
Please rate your Board Game & Graph partner(s) using the following scale:
1 (lowest): almost never,
2: seldom,
3: satisfactory,
4: just right,
5 (highest): more than necessary.
Following is a list of generally desirable traits,