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Evaluation

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Introduction

An evaluation is a critique of a review. Once a review is sent to the client, the client can evaluate the review according to our C.A.R.E. criteria:

  • Clear — it must be clearly written and understandable
  • Applicable — it must be generally useful for this type of submission
  • Relevant — it must be relevant to this specific submission, generic comments are not acceptable
  • Executable — it must contain advice on what to do next and how to do it. That is, the client should be able to execute the advice in a meaningful way.

The client's evaluation of the review will affect the mentor's score. This score, in future, may affect which mentor another client selects to do a review or revision.


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