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An assessment is a detailed analysis and critique of a submission and consists of two main parts:

  • A subjective comment giving an overall impression of a submission being assessed; and
  • A set of objective criteria used to judge a submission. These criteria have three parts:
    • A rating, usually from 1 to 10 with 1 being poorest and 10 being best or Not Applicable;
    • A weighting factor determining how important the criteria is relative to all the other criteria for this type of submission, and
    • An optional comment field that the expert can use to explain the reason for the rating and for any feedback on what was done and perhaps advice on how to do it. Examples of assessment criteria include, but are not limited to:
      • logical organization
      • identified goals
      • completeness in covering all needed information
      • . . . etc . . .

EntreBahn computes a submission's score based on these criteria ratings. This score is a simplified way of determining whether the submission achieved its purpose for its target audience.

Once an assessment is sent to the client, the client has the option to evaluate the assessment using our C.A.R.E. Criteria™. The client's evaluation of the assessment gives EntreBahn a way to ensure that the client is satisfied with the work tha the expert did.

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