Proposal_grading

Proposal_grading - Have clear objectives been identified,...

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Grading Guidelines for the Proposal Each group’s proposal will be graded by the instructor according to the following guidelines: Category Description Points Originality Has this project been done before? Is it a good idea? 10 Feasibility Does the experiment have a good chance of success? Is it feasible? 10 Level Is the amount and level of proposed work appropriate for a final project? 10 Directions Has the cover page been used? Have the overall instructions for format, etc. of the proposal been followed? 10 Introduction Have the necessary precalculations been performed to ensure that the experiment will work? Has a literature survey been done to gain insight into the problem? 10 Objectives
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Unformatted text preview: Have clear objectives been identified, and have they been stated concisely? 10 Experimental Setup Has the proposed experimental setup been adequately described, including schematic diagrams and/or sketches where appropriate? 10 Procedure Has the experimental procedure been planned carefully? Has a step-by-step procedure been listed in a clear and concise manner? 10 Presentation of Results Has the group adequately explained what will be measured and how? Has it been clearly stated how the results will be presented? 10 Neatness, Grammar, and Spelling Has the work been carefully edited for grammar and spelling errors? Has a consistent tense been kept in the writing? Is the report neat? 10 Total 100...
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course ME 83 taught by Professor Cimbala during the Spring '05 term at Penn State.

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