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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

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

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estimate the value of (property) for taxation

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First, patients must be assessed for a calcium and/or vitamin D deficiency and be treated with the appropriate supplements.
Also, the risk of material misstatement is to be assessed at the financial statement, account balance or class of transaction level, as well as at the disclosure level, including the notes to the financial statements, acknowledging that users of the financial statements do consider such notes in their decisions.
The cap doesn't actually freeze assessments but grants homeowners an expanded homeowners' exemption which, in most cases, keeps the taxable assessed value of their homes from increasing more than 7 percent.
Although only public companies subject to section 404 are required to formally assess company-level controls, nonpublic companies and other types of organizations may wish to do similar evaluations as a best practice.
Devins has further suggested that this impact can be assessed in terms of QOL domains.
Besides the traditional placement tests that assess reading, writing and math skirts, the Educational Testing Service has introduced the Information, Communication, and Technology (ICT) Literacy Test.
Three prospective cohort studies recently evaluated the relation between exposure, as assessed by biomonitoring, of pregnant women to organophosphorus pesticides and several birth outcomes.
Another important difference for outcomes research is that it gives added "value"; i.e., it can assess not only whether the therapy works, but also whether this matters to the patient or whether the treatment is worth the cost.
The biologic surveillance data are improving over time, and now the policy environment can be assessed to determine levels of commitment.
Department of Agriculture's preliminary figures show the impact to the state's citrus growers could reach nearly $150 million, insurers say it's too early to assess what economic impact the damage may have on the industry.
The study's large sampling of observations across many disciplines allowed for comparisons between how users assess a Web site for health information and how they assess non-health Web sites.
To adapt this approach, each organization will need to assess the quality characteristics best suited to its business requirements, develop consistent definitions for these qualities, and determine their relative importance.
This guide provides a reference for PMs and their teams to design in and then assess the effectiveness of their TLCSM responsibilities in implementing PBL strategies anywhere along the system's life cycle.
At the Beacon School in Manhattan, the teachers and administrators thought they had resolved, at least to their satisfaction, the long national debate over how best to assess students' work.