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assessed, past participle; assesses, 3rd person singular present; assessing, present participle; assessed, past tense;
  1. Evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of
    • - the committee must assess the relative importance of the issues
    • - it is difficult to assess whether this is a new trend
  2. Calculate or estimate the price or value of
    • - the damage was assessed at $5 billion
  3. Set the value of a tax, fine, etc., for (a person or property) at a specified level
    • - all empty properties will be assessed at 50 percent

  1. measure: evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"; "access all the factors when taking a risk"
  2. charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine
  3. tax: set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)
  4. estimate the value of (property) for taxation; "Our house hasn't been assessed in years"
  5. (assessment) appraisal: the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
  6. (assessment) an amount determined as payable; "the assessment for repairs outraged the club's membership"
  7. To determine, estimate or judge the value of; to evaluate; To give or charge with (as with penalties in sports); To impose or subject to (taxation and legal)
  8. (Assessing) a company's business issues (and providing development solutions)
  9. (assessing) The process of conducting In Process Reviews (IPRs) and After Action Reviews (AARs). IPRs help to determine initial expectations, ascertain strengths and weakness of both employees and the organization, and identify key issues and organizations whose willing support is needed to ...
  10. (Assessment) The process of documenting, usually in measurable terms, knowledge, skills, attitudes, and beliefs.
  11. (assessment) Teacher-made tests, standardized tests, or tests from textbook companies that are used to evaluate student performance.
  12. (Assessment) The amount of tax due to local government. May also refer to the amount due to local government or to common owners of a property (e.g., a homeowner's association) for a special payment to cover expenses for improvements or maintenance, such as new sewers or roads.
  13. (Assessment) (1) The valuation of real estate for purpose of taxes or special improvement charges. (2) The amount of taxes or special improvement charges. Special improvement charges are usually for the costs of streets, sidewalks, sewers, etc.
  14. (Assessment) A process used by care managers to gather information about an individual to determine his or her functional needs and/or eligibility for services. Information collected may include health status, financial status, ability to perform activities of daily living, mental status, etc.
  15. (ASSESSMENT) A charge against real estate made by a unit of government to cover a proportionate cost of an improvement, such as street or-sewer.
  16. (Assessment) means the process of collecting evidence and making judgments on whether competency has been achieved to confirm that an individual can perform to the standard expected in the workplace, as expressed in the relevant endorsed industry/enterprise competency standards or the learning ...
  17. (ASSESSMENT) Generally, the apportionment of liability of a general cost among individuals. The act of estimating the value of land for tax purposes or the method by which municipalities raise taxes (property tax assessment).
  18. (Assessment) The actual amount of tax a person owes.  The ad valorem portion is based on the appraised value of the property, less exemptions, multiplied by the millage rate.
  19. (assessment) In healthcare, a process used to learn about a patient’s condition. This may include a complete medical history, medical tests, a physical exam, a test of learning skills, tests to find out if the patient is able to carry out the tasks of daily living, a mental health evaluation and ...
  20. (Assessment) The determination or setting of a tax or other charge based on an estimation of value of a building. A local government assesses a building and collects a tax from the Landlord for the value of the property. ...
  21. (Assessment) The estimated value of a piece of real estate or a levy placed on property in addition to taxes.
  22. Assessment of institutions or programmes: the process for establishing the educational quality of a higher education institution or programme. Assessment of individual qualification: the written appraisal or evaluation of an individual’s foreign qualification by a competent authority. ...
  23. (Assessment) Determination of a resident’s care needs, based upon a formal, structured evaluation of the resident’s physical and psychological condition and ability to perform activities of daily living.
  24. (Assessment) A fee imposed on property, usually to pay for public improvements such as water, sewers, streets, improvement districts, etc.
  25. (Assessment) Systematic method of obtaining information from tests or other sources; procedures used to determine child.s eligibility, identify the child.s strengths and needs, and services child needs to meet these needs.