Identifying the location of the subject's response is another element scored in the Rorschach system. Location refers to how much of the inkblot was used to answer the question. Administrators score the response "W" if the whole inkblot was used to answer the question, "D" if a commonly described part of the blot was used, "Dd" if an uncommonly described or unusual detail was used, or "S" if the white space in the background was used. A score of W is typically associated with the subject's motivation to interact with his or her surrounding environment. D is interpreted as one having efficient or adequate functioning. A high frequency of responses coded Dd indicate some maladjustment within the individual. Responses coded S indicate an oppositional or uncooperative test subject.  
I TOOK A VALIUM DURING A SURGERY TO CALM ME DOWN, AND I WAS WORRIED ABOUT IT. I WENT ON ALLLL THESE SITES N LOOKED IT UP N SOME PPL SAID A COUPLE DAYS OR A COUPLE WEEKS OR MONTHS! WELL I CAN TELL YOU, FROM THE TIME I TOOK IT, TO WHEN I GOT DRUG TESTED WAS 2 WEEKS AND IT WAS GONE. I ALSO KNOW A FRIEND WHO WAS TAKING VALIUM AND IT TOOK HER A WEEK. I DONT KNOW HOW LONG IT TOOK TO GET OUT OF MY SYSTEM BC I DIDNT HAVE TO TAKE A DRUG TEST FOR 2 WEEKS, BUT I CAN TELL YOU IT ALL DEPENDS ON HOW MANY U TAKE AND THE MG. IF U HAVE BEEN TAKING THEM OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME, THE LONGER IT TAKES TO GET OUT OF UR SYSTEM. IF U HAVE ONLY BEEN TAKING THEM A COUPLE DAYS, THE LESS TIME!