Add three more dimensions to that criteria (Flexibility of the nib, line variation the nib can produce, and "snap-back") and you have a really subjective matter.
As subjective as grading flexible nibs can be, be also aware about lots of misinformation on flexible nibs available out there.
Resource: Regulatory Agencies Paper Grading Criteria located on your student website
Research regulatory agencies that relate to long-term care.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper addressing the functions of three different regulatory agencies with regard to long-term care.
Provide the following in your paper:
In some cases, assigning of midterm grades is optional: Courses shorter than sixteen weeks; Exchange; Marquette-Led Study Abroad; Workshop/Institute/Studio; Practicum/Clinical/Field Experience/Student Teaching; Internship/Externship; Independent Study/Research; Labs; Senior Capstone; Senior Project; Senior Thesis. If midterm grades are, or are not, to be assigned in these courses, the instructor will include this information in his/her syllabus distributed at the beginning of the term. All other undergraduate courses require a midterm grade. Make-up examinations are at the discretion of the instructor, as outlined in the instructor’s attendance policy.
In the event that a student is absent for reasons specified above (e.g., representing the university) and the instructor issues some portion of the grade on the basis of participation or, more directly, attendance, it is impossible for the student to directly “make up” the work. In these cases, faculty should recognize that the student’s grade should not be penalized for the absence. Except in cases of field experience, practicums, student teaching, clinicals, or clinical internships, the student should be given the opportunity to achieve the same grade based on a smaller number of classes or some alternative means of making up the points missed.
Students should consult faculty and the respective syllabus for their policies regarding makeup work. Faculty may allow students to make up the missed work, where possible, if the absence is due to officially sponsored university activities (e.g., band or presenting a paper at a conference), hospitalization, the death or acute illness of an immediate family member (e.g., parent or caregiver, sibling, spouse, or child), mandatory admission interviews for professional or graduate school, or post-graduate employment interviews that cannot be rescheduled, required participation in military duties including required ROTC training and medical examinations or similar serious reason. Faculty may require documentation.
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The drop refers to absolute percentage points. Therefore, if the baseline value is 65, the Grade 2 criterion of 10% - 19% drop from baseline would require a minimum drop to 55 and a maximum drop to 46. The Grade 3 criterion of >20% drop from a baseline of 65 would require a minimum drop to 45.
Dismissal for academic misconduct (RWAM) is determined per the policy found in the Undergraduate bulletin and at the website. Once this determination has been made, the student will be dismissed from the university. This action results in ineligibility to register at Marquette. Reinstatement criteria for the student who is dismissed, if applicable, will be outlined in the dismissal notice. If the student is allowed to return to the university, a permanent notation of ‘Reinstated to the University’ will appear on the student’s academic record and Marquette’s official transcript.
A semicolon is read as "or" within the description of a grade. The highest grade is to be assigned when a clinical finding/situation fulfills any of the conditions separated by a semicolon in the grade descriptions. Example AE term Body odor, Grade 2: Pronounced odor; psychosocial impact; patient seeks medical intervention; Is read as "Pronounced odor or psychosocial impact or patient seeks medical intervention"
For example, CTCAE v3.0 PAIN CATEGORY includes one Supra-ordinate term followed by a list of many specific sites of pain. All sites use the same grading scale. CTCAE v4.0, however, includes 52 pain AE terms located across 14 MedDRA SOCs.