NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
At May 31, 1995, DFA Investment Dimensions Group Inc. (the "Fund") consisted of twenty portfolios: The U.S.
9-10 Small Company Portfolio, The U.S. 6-10 Small Company Portfolio, The U.S. Large Company Portfolio,
The U.S. Small Cap Value Portfolio, The U.S. Large Cap Value Portfolio, The DFA/AEW Real Estate
Securities Portfolio, The Japanese Small Company Portfolio, The Pacific Rim Small Company Portfolio, The
United Kingdom Small Company Portfolio, The Emerging Markets Portfolio, The Continental Small Company
Portfolio, The Large Cap International Portfolio, The DFA International High Book to Market Portfolio, The
DFA International Small Cap Value Portfolio, The DFA One-Year Fixed Income Portfolio, The DFA Five-Year
Government Portfolio, The DFA Global Fixed Income Portfolio, The DFA Intermediate Government Fixed
Income Portfolio, DFA Global Bond Portfolio and DFA Global Value Portfolio. DFA Global Bond Portfolio and
DFA Global Value Portfolio are only available through a selected group of insurance products. These financial
statements relate solely to the DFA Global Bond and DFA Global Value Portfolios (the "Portfolios").
B. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES:
The following significant accounting policies are in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles for
investment companies. Such policies are consistently followed by the Fund in preparation of its financial
1. Security Valuation: Securities held by DFA Global Bond Portfolio are valued on the basis of prices provided
by a pricing service when such prices are believed to reflect the fair market value of such securities. U.S.
denominated securities held by DFA Global Value Portfolio which are listed on a securities exchange are valued
at the last quoted sale price of the day, or if there is no such reported sale, at the mean of the most recent bid and
asked prices. Price information on listed securities is taken from the exchange where the security is p