Backloading follows the same rules as frontloading, but is used only at the end of the session. When the viewer says that he/she is ready to quit the session, the frontloading information is then reviewed to see whether the targeted aspect was covered. For example, the targeted aspect may be an event, and the viewer, ready to quit the session, realizes that he/she has only described locational information. The viewer reported an event, but did not dwell on it. Now the viewer knows to go back into session and focus on the event to get more information about it.
See also, "frontloading", "midloading".and "A well-formed question to a psychic".