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Pre-course free writing evaluation
Center faculty will evaluate your writing or your employees' writing, provide a brief summary of areas of strength and weakness, and recommend the course(s) in which the writer should enroll. This free evaluation is only for business people who plan to enroll in a course and will enroll in a course based on the recommendations.
Simple evaluation ratings without a formal report.
The writer or writer's supervisor receives ratings in each of the eight areas critical to clarity and correctness in writing (clarity, content, format, organization, planning, structure, style, and usage), an overall rating for the sample, and a copy of the document on which the rater has written notes to assist in the rating. The notes are not as detailed as the formal report. The evaluator suggests training that would benefit the writer.
List of skill areas the person needs to work on and notations about the writing in the sample.
This report provides a list of the skill areas the person needs to work on with explanations and examples of each area. The evaluation includes a copy of the writing sample with notations in the sample about the skill areas the person needs to work on and corrections showing how the writing should be changed.
A formal report about the person's writing.
Business Writing Center staff will evaluate a person's writing in one or two sample documents. The formal report contains the following:
A summary of strengths and weaknesses.
A detailed listing of the specific problems and areas of strength in the eight critical areas: clarity, content, format, organization, planning, structure, style, and usage.
A copy of the document with notations in the text about the writing using Word's review function.
Recommendations for training.
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