@EXAM EVALUATION ?
Strengths: Argument and Presentation
q Clear thesis.
q Paper is logical and convincing. Solid reasoning throughout paper.
q Good introduction. Interesting and anticipates argument.
q Good conclusion. Effectively summarizes argument.
q Well organized.
q Plentiful and well-chosen evidence supports thesis.
q Good grasp of key issues.
q Addressed all aspects of the question.
q Essay lacks a clear, specific thesis.
q Arguments are unclear or incomplete.
q Arguments are not substantiated with sufficient analysis or evidence.
q Too many facts, citations or quotations without explanation or analysis.
q Factual errors.
q Misused key terms or concepts.
q Weak paragraphing. Unrelated arguments or ideas are strung together.
q Paper is poorly organized and does not follow a clear outline.
q No/weak introduction.
q No/weak conclusion.
q Insufficient attribution. Sources are used without proper citations.
q Grammatical and/or spelling errors.
q Partially or mostly incoherent.
q Always proofread or have someone proofread your work.
q Prepare an outline before you begin to write.
q Read the question carefully and address all parts of the question.
q Spend more time preparing your answer. Utilize lectures and books.
q For future assignments, please seek the assistance of the writing center.
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