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assess at

To estimate the value of something at a particular price. A noun or pronoun can be used between "assess" and "at." What price has the house been assessed at? I'm thrilled that the expert assessed my family heirloom at such a high price.

assess something at something

to estimate or value something at some figure. They assess the value of our house at half what it would sell for. The house was assessed at far more than its true worth.
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Because these objectives represent management's control expectations for complying with section 404 company-level controls, management will need to formally assess the design and operating effectiveness of each.
"The ICT Literacy Test assesses students' ability to access information, and interpret and communicate their findings in a technological environment," he says.
Otitis Media may be assessed with the Otitis Media-6 (OM-6) (29) or the expanded OM-22, (30) as well as the Otitis Media Clinical Severity Index (OM-CSI), the Otitis Media Functional Status Questionnaire (OM-FSQ), and the Otitis Media Diary (OMD).
(2001) utilized three measurements to assess quality, accessibility, and readability of online health information in four subject areas.
Lisa Graham Keegan, chief executive officer of the Washington-based Education Leaders Council, said she thinks portfolios can help teachers assess their students' progress, but are not a good tool for determining how a school or a district is doing.
Soft skills are much more difficult to assess and teach than hard skills.
The time-honored way to assess the quality of a watermark is to scrutinize a sample with light shining through it.
The meeting was part of a three-year project that provides unique opportunities for local, regional, and national groups to explore how community-level data contribute to national and international efforts to describe and assess forest sustainability and community well-being.
In arriving at these decisions, they seek data to assess whether reducing initial logistics support will adversely affect weapon system readiness.
The company had to stop the training, assess the workers, and offer remedial courses before it could continue with the SPC training.
At the end of the semester, to compare student knowledge and comprehension of course material and to assess the student's ability to apply course content, class average on two open-ended exam questions were compared.
* Develop techniques to enable students to periodically assess their progress in liberal learning.
No tax can be collected without first being properly assessed. Under IRC section 6501, the IRS has three years from the filing of a return to assess any additional tax liability, and the method of assessment is dictated by IRC section 6203.
Underwriting must continue to effectively identify and assess the risks posed by diseases and impairments already present at the time of application.