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Relationship with others: Consider how well the student gets along with others.
Exceptionally well accepted; goes out of way to be helpful.
Works well with others; usually very helpful before being asked.
Gets along satisfactorily with fellow workers; helps when asked.
Has difficulty working with others; causes some friction.
Works very poorly with others; often uncooperative or antagonistic.
Attitude: Consider focus on work.
Outstanding in enthusiasm; very interested in work; seeks opportunities for additional learning.
Interested and industrious; usually occupied with work.
Average in diligence and interest; occasionally wanders; occasionally asks for more responsibility.
Somewhat indifferent; low level of interest in all work.
Lacks interest or concern for work assignments; never seeks opportunities for additional learning.
Judgment: Consider decision-making ability based on thorough insight into problems.
Exceptionally mature and ethical; considers alternatives; always makes accurate judgments.
Above average in decision making; aware of alternative and ethics; mistakes are rare.
Usually makes good decisions; errors due to lack of training, not judgment.
Often uses poor judgement; lacks insight into problems or ethics of situation.
Consistently uses poor judgment; rarely considers alternatives and consequences.
Dependability: Consider the degree to which you can expect a job to be carried out on schedule.
Once assigned a job, it is consistently well done each time; is always punctual.
Rarely needs to be reminded of duties; sticks to job assignments.
Usually can be depended upon to do job with limited supervision.
Needs to be reminded to keep at the job; wastes time.
Cannot be expected to stay with the job; needs close supervision.
Aptitude: Consider the ability to learn new things and take on new responsibilities.
Learns quickly; understands instructions and does job with ease; seeks new opportunities.
Above average learning ability and adapts to new tasks and assignments.
Average learner and average ability to accomplish new tasks and assignments.
Often falters on new tasks and assignments; slow to learn new techniques.
Poor learner; flounders on new assignments or tasks; never asks for more assignments.
Quality of Work: Consider the extent to which work meets quality standards.
Exceptionally high quality; rarely makes errors; brings skills and tools necessary to be precise and accurate.
Work consistently meets specified standard; negligible amount of errors or rework.
Work usually meets normal standards; a careful worker with a small amount of errors.
Work is often below normal standards; apt to make errors.
Work seldom meets normal standards; many errors and rework.
Written Communication Skills: Consider writing skills in all phases of work related matters.
Does a superior job.
Exhibits above average writing skills.
Writing skills are adequate for average job performance.
Needs to improve to perform adequately.
Does not display standard writing skills for this job.
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