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A review is a detailed analysis and critique of a submission and consists of two parts:

  • A subjective comment giving an overall impression of a submission being reviewed; and
  • A set of objective criteria used to judge a submission. These criteria have two parts: a rating, usually from 1 to 10 with 1 being poorest and 10 being best or Not Applicable; and an optional comment field that the mentor can use to explain the reason for the rating. Examples of review 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 a review is sent to the client, the client has the option to evaluate the review using our C.A.R.E. Criteriaâ„¢. The client's evaluation of the review will affect the advisor's score. This score is used by other clients when selecting advisors to do a review.

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