Assessment refers to the formal and informal methods of gathering information that can be used for programming to improve student learning. It is the process of evaluating how effectively learning is occurring. It may be undertaken by learners themselves, by teachers, by the two collaboratively or by learners in collaboration with one another. A wide range of activities undertaken by teachers and learners can provide information on learning.There are no grades or marks associated with assessment.

See also:
"Assessment" is in the UNSPSC Code "43222503"
Vulnerability Assessment Security Equipment

Other definition:
Assessment refers to the evaluation of a person in terms of the psychological, physical, and social factors that have the most influence on the his/her functioning.

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