assess


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • verb

Synonyms for assess

Synonyms for assess

to establish and apply as compulsory

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for assess

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine

Related Words

set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)

Synonyms

Related Words

estimate the value of (property) for taxation

References in periodicals archive ?
Because these objectives represent management's control expectations for complying with section 404 company-level controls, management will need to formally assess the design and operating effectiveness of each.
One step towards answering thi question is to assess the need for family therapy and, if appropriate, refer the family for appropriate services so that rehabilitation efforts are realized.
5) Assess how participants' willingness to participate versus sense of coercion, may be affected by use of different types of incentives, remuneration, and/or provision of medical care; different features of the research setting (e.
He argues that any attempt to assess the worth and outcomes of a DL program must be preceded by an attempt to understand the people (including their "micro-cultures") involved, ranging from the co-principal investigators of the grant-funded project to the real and anticipated end-users.
Physician executives in this study conclude that, to fully assess quality, the patient's input to the process as manifested by severity of illness is an important variable.
Don't we have to make changes in our curriculum in order to prove that we really did assess student learning?
Normally, the Service may assess tax against a taxpayer not later than three years from the latter of a return's due date for a given year or three years from the date the taxpayer filed the return.
Another reason online reference services may be difficult to assess is that "rogue" reference services have burst onto the scene (e.
2 introduces new functionality to make it easier for organizations to accurately assess their vulnerability to client-side attacks and to customize, perform and repeat safe phishing attacks to measure the effectiveness of their security defenses as well as their user security awareness initiatives.
My research question is: What happens when kindergarteners are invited to assess their own learning?
The Ninth Circuit flatly rejected the IRS's claim that IRC section 446 empowered it to assess the estimated employer FICA tax.
The primary objective of this study was to assess next-day, actual on-the-road car-driving ability and cognitive and psychomotor performance in patients with primary insomnia administered either LUNESTA 3 mg or placebo the evening before.
That is, knowledge about one component of the risk model must be weighed in order to properly assess the risks associated with another (this relationship is known as being "conditionally dependent").
The controversy over the IRS'S ability to assess employer FICA tax on employee tips continues.
This article describes how English language learners can be included in large-scale standardized assessments, and provides alternative ways to assess them and implications and recommendations for teachers.