Sitting to either side is acceptable, as long as the administrator holds the leather in front of the person during demonstrations, and has a clear view of the person’s performance. Sitting to the person’s right to administer the test right-handed and to their left for left-handed administration may make it easier for the administrator to demonstrate the stitches without obstructing the person’s view.

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