Please enter a numerical score for each category, to one significant figure (e.g.,3.2)
Unsatisfactory: 0.0 - 1.0
Fair: 1.2 - 2.0
Satisfactory: 2.0 - 3.0
Good: 3.0 - 4.0
Excellent: 4.0 - 5.0
Poster Abstract: Refer to the abstract on the website: Accurate synopsis of poster content; objectives, results and conclusions clearly stated: methods described sufficiently to relate results to conclusions: title a good index to content.
Oral Abstract: Refer to the abstract on the website: Accurate synopsis of talk; objectives, results, and conclusions clearly stated; methods described sufficiently to relate results to conclusions; title a good index to content.
Poster Style: Author's name and poster title clearly legible from 5 m distance. Text legible from 2 m d. Illustrations legible from 2 m and well spaced. Continuity clear and logical. Text sufficient to explain illustrations and to state objectives and conclusions, not excessive.
Oral Style: Illustrations clear and readable; organization logical; presenter confident, poised; response to questions friendly and knowledgeable. Speech neither rambling nor rushed, enunciation clear, maintains interest.
Poster Content: Clearly stated objectives and conclusions, data adequate, analysis and summaries appropriate: illustrations appropriate, understandable, informative.
Oral Content: Clearly stated objectives and conclusions, data adequate, analysis and summaries appropriate; clear distinction between own results and previous knowledge, or idea argued logically.
Poster Originality: New technique, instrument or idea; new contribution to knowledge, evidently origination with the student.
Oral Originality: New technique, instrument or idea; new contribution to knowledge, evidently origination with the student.
Poster Overall: Poster commands attention, communicates effectively; author responds unhesitatingly and knowledgeably to questions, in a friendly manner.
Oral Overall: Presentation as a whole was effective, convincing, a professional contribution.
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