Resume Rating Preparation Assignment
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In this Rating Preparation Assignment, you will be presented with a sample resume to download (click on the link below). Download this sample resume NOW, before answering any of the questions below.
Next, go through the questions below and answer them according to the submission that you just viewed.
After each question, click the “Check” button and you will get feedback on how your answers compare to expert answers.
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Did the student submit a resume? (For this practice survey answer “yes”)CorrectIncorrect
Did the student use an appropriate font color?
An appropriate font color is black or grey for the body text. For section headings it is okay to use colors other than black or grey, as long as they consistently use the same easy-toread colorCorrectIncorrect
Did the student use an appropriate font size?
An appropriate font size is between 10 and 12 point for body text and no more than 16 for headers; the use of font size should be consistent (i.e. headers should be the same size and the body text should be the same size throughout)CorrectIncorrect
Did the student use an appropriate font type?
An appropriate font type is consistent and easy to read; professional fonts are typically serif or sans serif (e.g. Arial, Calibri, Times New Roman, or Helvetica)CorrectIncorrect
Did the student use an appropriate content layout?
An appropriate content layout for a resume uses list style content with no full sentences and paragraphsCorrectIncorrect
Did the student use appropriate margins?
Appropriate margins are centered, well-balanced, and between 1/2 inch and 1 inch all the way aroundCorrectIncorrect
Did the student use appropriate sections?
Appropriate sections are clearly divided; The Employment and Education sections are placed in a way that attract the reader’s attentionCorrectIncorrect
Did the student use appropriate diction and word choice?
Appropriate diction and word choice uses consistently professional vocabulary and does not use contractions (e.g. Says “I have” instead of “I’ve”)CorrectIncorrect
Did the student use clear language?
Clear language is consistently written in active voice, action phrases, and clear descriptions.CorrectIncorrect
Did the student submit a resume that is free from spelling errors?
If you find one or more spelling errors, then select “No”CorrectIncorrect
Did the student submit a resume that is free from grammatical errors?
If you find one or more grammatical errors, then select “No”CorrectIncorrect
Did the student submit a resume that is concise?
Concise content is not repetitive and does not use excessive words; there are no complete sentences or paragraphsCorrectIncorrect
Please use the space below to enter your comments for Written Communication.
Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it can be reviewed and adjusted after submission.
Did the student describe appropriate subject matter?
Appropriate subject matter is clear and work-related; the content is related to the job that the student applied for and highlights highlights qualifications related to the job that the student applied for.CorrectIncorrect
Did the student use an appropriate resume design?
Appropriate resume design is visually appealing and makes optimal use of white spaceCorrectIncorrect
Please use the space below to enter your comments for Professionalism/ Work Ethic.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
Did the student submit a tailored resume?
A tailored resume has been crafted for the job that the student applied for containing very specific skills, interest, and content relevant to the job (e.g., “Objective” statement mentioning the manager-in-training position)CorrectIncorrect
Please use the space below to enter your comments for Career Management.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.