What is a rubric?
A rubric is a measurement tool that positions your assessment criteria against a performance level.
They often are used in relation to different assessments, such as essays, oral presentations, reports and group projects. Rubrics are a great way to learn more about what your assessors are looking for in your assessments and also to learn how to improve. If you're having difficulty understanding your rubric or want to learn more about how to use these tools to help your work, you can book a consultation with an advisor at the Centre for Academic Achievement. Visit our webpage or go direct to our booking site.