Your answers may vary, but here is an explanation of this order.

5. Giving a speech requires the most concentration. You need to follow your written speech or notes, make contact with the audience, and speak clearly and slowly enough to be understood.

4. Attending a meeting typically requires the next greatest amount of concentration. In order to participate effectively at work you need to know what is going on. Listening carefully, understanding how your superiors and coworkers function in a group, and asking questions if you are unsure of something are all part of focused observation at a business meeting.

3. In order to get the things you need when you are grocery shopping you must either keep them in mind as you walk the aisles or consult a written list.

2. Depending on where you live and how much traffic you might encounter, you must pay at least a small amount of attention to your surroundings while taking a walk.

1. Waiting for a doctor's appointment requires the least amount of concentration. When sitting in a waiting room, even if your mind wanders you will be called when it is your turn. There is really nothing you need to be concentrating on.

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