Production framers would snap a caulk line at inside wall edge, straighten bolts for plumb with 2' jack-pipe, set the plate on the bolt tops lightly, aligning to line on concrete at each bolt, tap lightly on plate marking each bolt, flip and drill them, add double tops if used, lay them all out bundled, frame wall, add 1-3/4" wide blocks (2x4 ripped w. saw) in front of bolts if 2x6 wall so when raising, plate lines-up close to centered bolt. Wall up-right, lift wall at each bolt with hammer handle to engage bolt, removing block. Need two people if larger wall, no ladder work, way quicker... Start your end nails in the double-top for aligning wall with string inside edge later while on the slab. Do your joist/rafter layout while wall is down, no ladders but to tie the string and nail corners. Don't forget the sill sealer for thermal/capillary break, and possibly the termite shield.