The writing displays sentence fluency, word choice and conventions err Or’s throughout the work disrupting the flow of the writing. Please consider accessing available learning resources that support writing ski development. Student mentors and the Center of Writing Excellence can Provo De assistance in accessing these resources. The Articulation review is not meant to be a comprehensive review of every error within the submission, but is intended to point out specific recurring challenges found within the submission.
A few representative examples of the articulation errors noted are included in the attached document. A Content Evaluator evaluated the content requirements for this submission, while an Articulation of Response Evaluator evaluated the articulation requirements 08/06/CONTENT: Please confer with a course mentor before working further r on this assessment. The Future Performance, Internal and External Risks and Recommendation aspects are complete, and the final financing Presentation exemplary!
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As always, please use the Care Support Request Form at the top of the evaluate on report to contact the WIGGLE Care Team for questions or support. Detailed Results (Rubric used: JET Task 5) Articulation of Response (clarity, organization, mechanics) (O) Unsatisfactory (l) Does Not Meet Standard (2) Minimally Competent (3) Competent (4) Highly The candidate provides unsatisfactory articulation of response. Weak articulation of limited articulation of adequate articulation of substantial articulation of response. Printed on: 09/11/2015 12:31 PM (EST) Criterion Score: 1. 0 Comments on this criterion: 8/7/1 the paper is compelling and organized. The rough the submission there are articulation concerns with sentence fluency (awkward/ unclear and fragmented sentences), word choice (incorrect/missing words) and conventions (punctuation) which severely impedes its clarity and e effectiveness. A few representative examples of the Articulation errors noted are included in the attached dotcom .NET. Please review the entire task to make sure all errors in Articulation are identified and corrected.
AY. Key Points (O) Unsatisfactory (1) Does Not Meet The candidate does not provide a logical summary of the key points of the company’s financial picture that could impact the bank officer’s decision. A logical summary, with no detail, of the key points Of the company’s limited detail, of the key points of the company’s financial picture that could impact the bank officers decision. Adequate detail, of the company’s financial substantial detail, of the key points of the Officers decision. Criterion Score: 0. 0 Comments on this criterion: 08/06/1 5: A solid, thorough, methodical, and well supported summary is provided, which includes commentary on the impact each point will have on the company’s pr updatability and viability. Great job! The discussion states that the following eliminate will be presented in a sum array of the key financial points: “Net Earnings, Gross Profits, Total Operating Expenses, and Operating Income alone with changing factors in balance sheet like Total Longer Liabilities, Accounts & Accounts Payable, and Total Liability sees to assess possibility of expansion. While many Of these categories are examined, some are not, including Net EAI rings, Operating Expenses, and Accounts & Accounts Payable. Other line items, including Net Sales, Assets, and Operate Eng Expenses, etc. , are aptly discussed, with a few issues that require resolution, including: This statement on COGS requires clarification for logic: ‘There was small incur ease in Cost of goods sold of $56,000 might e a good news but not enough when we take into account the previous decline nee of $302,400. Clarification for this statement on Operating Income is also needed, as one s entente contradicts the next, making the observation illogical: “This is an alarm for CSS, since it represents altogether a decline in income and viability. There was small increase in Operating Income of $76,500 is a good news and when we t aka into account the previous raise of $1 8,200 we can say that CSS is trending to the right direction. ” Please provide a more complete and logical summary of the key financial poi TTS that could impact the bank officer’s decision.
AY. Risks explanation of how financial risks will be mitigated by the company. A logical explanation, with no support, of how with limited support, of how financial risks will be mitigated by the with adequate support, of how financial risks will be mitigated by the with substantial support, of how criterion score: 0. 00 Comments on this criterion: 08/06/1 5: Excellent! Implementing improved DVD retiring and sales goals are recommended for mitigating lagging sales. Great job!
The risk of not managing working capital efficiently is identified as another co kerning risk: “Total Current asset surpass total current liability, it indicate that management are not utilizing assets whew n there are always room for expansion. ” The mitigation suggestion, however, is to “appraise the assets and establish h owe that capital can be set to advance supplementary areas of the financial plan or develop the working capital. ” The e suggestion is too general, and will need to provide specific suggestions for how the company can better utilize assets.
It is noted that eliminating any needless or unjustifiable expenses or use A des campaign that turn potential customers onto genuine clientele,” will mitigate the risk of rising General & Administration n costs. Additional detail of which costs need to be eliminated, etc. , would provide needed detail, and specific actions the co many can take to mitigate the risk in this printed on: 09/11/2015 1231 PM (EST) explanation. The suggestion for mitigating the decrease in operating income states: “Profit ability, costing procedures must be instigated by decreasing transportation cost and raise executives compensate on. It is unclear what “costing procedures” must be instigated, as well as why executive compensation would be raised. Please provide additional and specific clarification. The discussion of risk and the mitigation suggestion for current longer alibi elites requires clarification for meaning, such as: “The current longer liabilities are lesser by judging it against to the the r liabilities when there is always room for expansion with new capital debt;” and “CSS ought to find ways to further utilize e on their current liability to help advance the position of the corporation with constructive investments. Specific Ways in which the company can address “Bigger cost Of production,” re provided in a thoughtful discussion, including: ” Renegotiating purchase with provider, using additional source of c heaper energy, using us bustiest fuels to save on transportation cost are amongst new applicable measure to mitigate that risk.. ” Unfortunately, this is followed by this statement, which is not logical: “Before a company even begins interview Eng candidates, it’s important to establish a salary and benefits base for employees. To do this, executives should talk to r acquirement and HER consultants. ” Please provide clarity.
AY. Ratio Analysis provide a plausible analysis of the ratios that will indicate the ability to repay the principal and interest on the rear loan. A plausible analysis, with no support, of the ratios that will indicate the ability to repay the the ratios that will indicate the ability to repay the principal and interest on the rear loan. Of the ratios that will support, of the ratios Comments on this criterion: 08/06/1 5: The current, acid test, and debt ratios a re analyzed and wholehearted for what they indicate about the company’s ability to repay the principal and interest o n the loan.