Rubric for Excel Projects
Instructor:           Student Name:          


Final Project – 30 percent of grade










CATEGORY

Exemplary – 10%

Proficient – 8%

Acceptable – 6%

Limited – 4%






Recommendation

* Good stat. logic used, shows thorough understanding of material

* Stat logic used, but a few mistakes/good but incomplete understanding of material

* Some stat logic used, some mistakes/shows only basic understanding of material

* Little or no stat logic, severe lack of understanding of the material evident






CATEGORY

Exemplary – 5%

Proficient – 4%

Acceptable – 3%

Limited – 2%






Professional

* Has a cover page, table of contents, one page executive summary, appendix, and supporting documents. (none missing)

* One part missing

* Two parts missing

* Three parts missing






Mechanics

* No errors in writing and organization

* Small errors in writing and organization

* Some errors in writing and organization

* Numerous errors in writing and organization






Graphs

* All graphs are appropriately displayed and correct

* Missing 1 graph and/or a few mistakes on graphs

* Missing 2 graphs and/or several mistakes

* Missing several graphs and/or numerous mistakes






Tables

* All tables are appropriately displayed and correct

* Missing 1 table and/or a few mistakes on tables

* Missing 2 tables and/or several mistakes

* Missing several tables and/or numerous mistakes







Some notes about what to be looking for under each section, to help determine which score to give in each category. Entries in table should be considered as general benchmarks, a project may fall between two levels of proficiency on a given category.

NOTE: The percents are as contributing to the overall grade. If you want to grade project as a separate entity and weight it into final grade later, assign number of points equal to the specified percents. Then the project is out of 30 points.