STEP 6: Chase it:
To correct the issue, you'll need to adjust the rest. In some cases, you may need to move your nock point (in the case of tail-high or tail-low tears). Avoid moving your nock point unless absolutely necessary. I've found it much, much simpler to adjust the rest. But, in some cases, you simply won't have enough rest adjustment available, a if that's the case, the bow likely never was in tune to begin with. To correct a tear, "chase" it. That is to say, if the tear shows the fletching passing through the paper below the point, move your rest down. If the tail is high, move the rest up. If the tear is left, move left. Tear right? Move right. Make small adjustments and shoot through a fresh sheet of paper after each shot.