Assessment

An appraisal or evaluation (e.g. assessment of the degree of success of a remediation procedure at a contamination site).

Assessment

An assessment is when someone discusses your health needs and/or your social needs with you in order to plan care and services to meet those needs, eg a social worker or health professional assessment.

Assessment

Checking how well a process works or the progress made by a pupil.

Assessment

Means collecting information in order to make decisions. Assessment should provide the information required to build and maintain a profile of the learner. This will enable teachers and trainers to establish and review both the learner`s requirements and the learning opportunities that can be provided for him or her. It will also provide feedback to the leaner on his or her progress. ...

Assessment

In educational terms, a systematic and controlled process of determining what children know, understand and can do.

assessment

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-ses′ment Definitions: 1. Evaluation of the patient using selected skills of history-taking; physical examination, laboratory, imaging, and social evaluation, to achieve a specific goal. 2. Appraisal or analysis of conditions, disorders, data, or a patient's overall state.
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Assessment

Before moving into an assisted living or other care community, a resident usually goes through an assessment of their needs and care levels to determine requirements and correct placement in the community.
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assessment

An evaluation of a person’s condition or personal needs to enable them to live as independently as is possible. Assessment is a process that is ongoing and is vital to therapeutic care & support of people with dementia.
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Assessment

An evaluation, usually performed by a physician, of a person’s mental, emotional and social capabilities.
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assessment

a test or exam that collects information about a person's health or development. The results of an assessment can determine if a child is eligible for certain programs, services, or treatments.
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Assessment

Assessment is a broad term used to describe the gathering of information about student performance in a particular area. formative assessment and summative assessment.
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Assessment

(1) Measuring the circumstances of an individual, family, group or community against one or more benchmarks in preparation for making a diagnosis or plan of action. (2) Inquiring into the financial resources of an individual or family to determine whether they should make a contribution towards a service.
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assessment

[Noun] An evaluation or opinion.
Example: What is your assessment of the situation?
See also: assess. assets
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assessment

[n] - an amount determined as payable 2. [n] - the market value set on assets
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Assessment

An archaeological assessment is part of the planning process. When making a decision about whether to allow a planning application to go ahead, the County Archaeologist may decide to order an assessment to see if there are any archaeological remains in the area. This may be a desk-based assessment, a written report based on pre-existing work, or it...
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Assessment

Assessment is, of course, a very broad term. In the context of medicine it is often used professionally to describe the measurement of a student's progress.
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Assessment

A systematic and thorough evaluation of the strengths, weaknesses and problems of a person.
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Assessment

A tax levied on a property, or a value placed on the worth of a property.
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Assessment

Here used specifically to imply the evaluation of a bridge`s structural capacity and performance, typically by one of a number of prescribed methods and possibly making use of proprietary software applications e.g. RING or ARCHIE.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20934

Assessment

Before self assessment was introduced, the Inland Revenue calculated your tax and then issued an assessment showing any tax you owed. These types of assessments are now not normally issued. An assessment may be issued if you have omitted income from your Tax Return if the deadline for raising enquiries by the Inland Revenue has passed.
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assessment

Before self assessment was introduced, the Inland Revenue calculated your tax and then issued an assessment showing any tax you owed. These types of assessments are now not normally issued. An assessment may be issued if you have omitted income from your Tax Return if the deadline for raising enquiries by the Inland Revenue has passed.
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Assessment

As·sess'ment noun [ Late Latin assessamentum .] 1. The act of assessing; the act of determining an amount to be paid; as, an assessment of damages, or of taxes; an assessment of the members of a club. 2. A valuation of property or profits of business, for the purp...
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assessment

Appraisal. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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assessment

noun the market value set on assets
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assessment

noun the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event; `they criticized my judgment of the contestants`
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