The evaluation or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone or something
the assessment of educational needs
he made a rapid assessment of the situation
assessments of market value
appraisal: the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
an amount determined as payable; "the assessment for repairs outraged the club's membership"
the market value set on assets
judgment: the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event; "they criticized my judgment of the contestants"
(assess) 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"
(assess) charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine
The act of assessing or an amount (of tax, levy or duty etc) assessed; An appraisal or evaluation
(assess) 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)
(Assessments) Special taxes imposed to pay for public improvements beneficial to a limited area.
(Assessments) Special and local levies upon property in the immediate vicinity of an improvement. Assessments can be imposed by such entities as flood control districts, street lighting districts, and air pollution control districts, which serve an area.
(Assessments) Fees charged to the Acquirer by Visa/MasterCard/Discover to maintain the Interchange system.
(Assessments) the fee that is paid to MasterCard and VISA for marketing and administrative costs. This is a percentage of the sales passed through interchange.
(Assessments) A small percentage charged on every Visa and MasterCard transaction that is solely allocated for the Associations. It is used by Visa and MasterCard to cover operating and marketing costs. Also referred to as Dues & Assessments or D&A.
(ASSESSMENTS) You will complete three self-assessments that your coach will analyze and review these with you:
(Assessments (method of checking)) Your knowledge of different subjects and also checking your work – assessments often take the form of a test.
(Assessments) An assessment of your child requires your permission, usually in writing. An assessment may involve: an observation of your child in class, a review of your child's work as well as school (see 'OSR') and medical records, the administration of individual tests, and interview with ...
(Assessments) An property tax or bond encumbrance.
(Assessments) Demonstrations of learning aligned to the benchmarks and standards that allow students to show you what they know. They are products and performances used as evidence of skill development and content understanding.
(Assessments) Dues owed by a condominium, co-op, or townhome owner to the governing association. These are typically quoted as monthly amounts on Chicago MLS listings. ...
(Assessments) Fees that are due at the first of each month. Used for all areas of running the association.
(Assessments) In relation to exercise, a series of tests or screens to identify specific weaknesses or sub-par areas in a given individual's ability to perform (life--->sport environment). ...
(Assessments) Local improvements on a property for sewer or water generally paid in full on all cash or new loan transactions.
(Assessments) Special charges by a municipality or neighborhood association for a set purpose and set period of time. For example, assessments might be charged for sewers, sidewalks, streetlights, and neighborhood facilities. Assessment may also refer to the valuation of the home for tax purposes.
(Assessments) Sums of money paid periodically to the guaranty association by solvent member insurers to provide funds to pay claims of impaired insurers. [Statutory reference Tex.Ins.Code §462.151, et seq.]
(Assessments) The amount of tax or special payment due to a municipality or association.