This study examined a total of six students, one representing the different cliques within the school compound. Originally, three students from each of the six different groups were to be examined, bringing the total number of students to eighteen. This number had to be reduced because no response was received from the Ministry on whether the study can be conducted within the school compound. The research was then moved from inside the school compounds, to outside with a limited number of students who were not in the school’s uniform. This had to be done in order to stay in the legal boundaries of conducting the research of a particular school. Doing this limited the number of students that could participate in the study which would decrease the accuracy of the data collected from the students on how their respective cliques speak. One student representing each clique could not be verified against other members of that particular clique. Therefore the researcher had to accept what each clique member said on how they spoke.Like many other researches there is always the possibility of false data. The possibility remained that students could produce false data, both in the way they spoke and what they said about their speech or clique’s speech.