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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishevaluatione‧val‧u‧a‧tion /ɪˌvæljuˈeɪʃən/ ●○○ AWL noun [countable, uncountable]  JUDGEa judgment about how good, useful, or successful something is syn assessment We need to carry out a proper evaluation of the new system. They took some samples of products for evaluation.
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evaluationSince it does not, its alleged efficiency is effectively shielded from comparative evaluation.Thus, there is a clear role for economic evaluation - in investigating the relative cost-effectiveness of prescribing options.For the success of ward learning, evaluation of both the ward programme and the progress of the student is vital.Program evaluation is conducted to determine whether the methods have been implemented and anticipated results have been achieved.It assesses the evaluation of agricultural structures, the impact of structural policies and the extent of multiple job-holding amongst farm families.This point raises a wider issue of some importance to the evaluation of Rawls' procedure.Inspectors will have to do a thorough evaluation of the project before we can continue.Discussion in this chapter will confine itself to evaluation within an established institution.carry out ... evaluationD Illuminative evaluation An attempt to carry out an illuminative evaluation of the undergraduate information retrieval course was also made.
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