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Descriptive Statistics CEFS 515 Grading Rubric Criteria Levels of Achievement Content Advanced Proficient Developing Not present Content 19 – 21 points Mastery of descriptive statistics is demonstrated through… Student discusses and explains how the answers were obtained. Step by step process was documented Explanations of step by step process, was clear The student identified the appropriate statistical procedures. Links are provided to any websites used for calculations. All items were answered. 14 - 18 points Understanding of descriptive statistics is demonstrated through meeting most of the following criteria… Answers to the items were easy to find. Student discusses and explains how the answers were obtained. Step by step process was documented Explanations of step by step process, was clear The student identified the appropriate statistical procedures.

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