Posted: June 13th, 2022

IT332-1: Analyze the language of computers.

Unit Outcomes addressed in this assignment:
Identify computer language.
Examine decimal to binary and to hexadecimal conversions.
Course Outcome addressed in this assignment:
IT332-1:Analyze the language of computers.
Purpose
In this assignment, you will learn how to convert binary to other number bases. Binary is how all computer systems function, so knowing how to read binary and understanding the process of conversion is important. This is the method that computers use to communicate to other devices on a network.
Assignment Instructions
Write a paper in which you discuss the various methods that you can use to convert numbers between number bases. Be sure to include a discussion of at least three different conversion methods and provide a conversion example for each method that you explain. You should discuss both converting from base 10 to another type of number base and converting another type of number base to base 10. Include binary to decimal and binary to hexadecimal as two of your conversion examples.
In a final paragraph, explain why it is important that you, as an IT professional, understand numeric conversion methods.
Assignment Requirements
Your paper should be 2–3 pages in length. Be sure to use the appropriate APA format and cite your textbook or other sources that you used in your paper.
The paper should contain sufficient information to adequately answer the questions and contain no spelling, grammar, or APA errors. Points deducted from the grade for each writing, spelling, or grammar error are at your instructor’s discretion.
For assistance with APA requirements, please go to Academic Writer. You will find the link in the Academic Tools section of the course.
Also, review the university policy on plagiarism. If you have any questions, please contact your professor.
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Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 1 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Basics of Computer Language

Meets all criteria:
· Identifies a minimum of three conversion methods.
· Illustrates an example of each conversion method.
· Shows conversion examples of binary to decimal and binary to hexadecimal.
· Explains why it is important for an IT professional to understand numeric conversion methods.

Meets three criteria:
· Identifies a minimum of three conversion methods.
· Illustrates an example of each conversion method.
· Shows conversion examples of binary to decimal and binary to hexadecimal.
· Explains why it is important for an IT professional to understand numeric conversion methods.

Meets two criteria:
· Identifies a minimum of three conversion methods.
· Illustrates an example of each conversion method.
· Shows conversion examples of binary to decimal and binary to hexadecimal.
· Explains why it is important for an IT professional to understand numeric conversion methods.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 1 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.2.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.4.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.5.5 practice questions.

Meets three criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.2.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.4.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.5.5 practice questions.

Meets two criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.2.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.4.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 1.5.5 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 2 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Roles of Architectures

Meets all criteria:
· Explains the roles of protocols
· Examines the three architectures: peer-to-peer, client-server, and web-based.
· Examines and proposes one architecture in detail.
· Explains and details the supporting infrastructure for the proposed solution.
· Explains in more detail and outlines the supporting infrastructure that makes it work end to end, which may include communication protocols, routers, switches, LAN, and WAN.

Meets four criteria:
· Explains the roles of protocols
· Examines the three architectures: peer-to-peer, client-server, and web-based.
· Examines and proposes one architecture in detail.
· Explains and details the supporting infrastructure for the proposed solution.
· Explains in more detail and outlines the supporting infrastructure that makes it work end to end, which may include communication protocols, routers, switches, LAN, and WAN.

Meets three criteria:
· Explains the roles of protocols
· Examines the three architectures: peer-to-peer, client-server, and web-based.
· Examines and proposes one architecture in detail.
· Explains and details the supporting infrastructure for the proposed solution.
· Explains in more detail and outlines the supporting infrastructure that makes it work end to end, which may include communication protocols, routers, switches, LAN, and WAN.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 2 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.1.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.2.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.3.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.5.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.4.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.6.5 practice questions.

Meets 9-10 criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.1.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.2.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.3.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.5.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.4.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.6.5 practice questions.

Meets 7-8 criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.1.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.2.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.3.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 2.5.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.4.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.6.5 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 3 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Roles of Architectures

In a 4-page paper, meets all criteria:
· Explains the role and architectures of CPU.
· Examines and explains the role and architectures of bus and memory, including L cache.
· Examines and explains cache, address register, data movement instructions, and multiprocessing.
· Analyzes all three components (bus, CPU, memory), ties them together, and demonstrates a good understanding of how they all work together.

In a 4-page paper, meets three criteria:
· Explains the role and architectures of CPU.
· Examines and explains the role and architectures of bus and memory, including L cache.
· Examines and explains cache, address register, data movement instructions, and multiprocessing.
· Analyzes all three components (bus, CPU, memory), ties them together, and demonstrates a good understanding of how they all work together.

In a 4-page paper, meets two criteria:
· Explains the role and architectures of CPU.
· Examines and explains the role and architectures of bus and memory, including L cache.
· Examines and explains cache, address register, data movement instructions, and multiprocessing.
· Analyzes all three components (bus, CPU, memory), ties them together, and demonstrates a good understanding of how they all work together.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 3 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.8.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.9.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.10.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.11.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.12.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 13.13.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.14.3 practice questions.

Meets seven criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.8.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.9.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.10.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.11.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.12.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 13.13.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.14.3 practice questions.

Meets 5-6 criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.8.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.9.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.10.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.11.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.12.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 13.13.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 3.14.3 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 4 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: File Server Proposal & Diagram

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets all criteria:
· Writes an introduction describing the proposed file server and how it may be used for a small business.
· Creates a table that shows a comparison of different memory types.
· Creates a second table that shows a comparison of different CPUs.
· Analyzes several of the possible CPU choices, memory, storage, and input/output devices and makes a final recommendation for the file server.
· Justifies the choices made.
· Develops in at least one diagram built in Visio, PowerPoint, or similar application depicting the chosen CPU or memory architecture for the proposed system.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets five criteria:
· Writes an introduction describing the proposed file server and how it may be used for a small business.
· Creates a table that shows a comparison of different memory types.
· Creates a second table that shows a comparison of different CPUs.
· Analyzes several of the possible CPU choices, memory, storage, and input/output devices and makes a final recommendation for the file server.
· Justifies the choices made.
· Develops in at least one diagram built in Visio, PowerPoint, or similar application depicting the chosen CPU or memory architecture for the proposed system.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets four criteria:
· Writes an introduction describing the proposed file server and how it may be used for a small business.
· Creates a table that shows a comparison of different memory types.
· Creates a second table that shows a comparison of different CPUs.
· Analyzes several of the possible CPU choices, memory, storage, and input/output devices and makes a final recommendation for the file server.
· Justifies the choices made.
· Develops in at least one diagram built in Visio, PowerPoint, or similar application depicting the chosen CPU or memory architecture for the proposed system.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 4 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.1.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.2.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.6.6 practice questions.

Meets five criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.1.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.2.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.6.6 practice questions.

Meets four criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.1.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.2.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.5.9 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 4.6.6 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 5 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Computing Clustering Research

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets all criteria:
· Includes an introduction and a conclusion.
· Illustrates one type of clustering application: file server, database, load balancing, web hosting, or data processing.
· Examines the concept of clusters and provides a well-documented explanation of all of the following: potential set up (high availability and load balancing), type (COTS versus Blade clusters), and network connectivity.
· Explains computer clustering benefits, challenges, and potential applications.
· Shows understanding of the cluster technologies and provides good arguments and explanations to back up assertions and points.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets four criteria:
· Includes an introduction and a conclusion.
· Illustrates one type of clustering application: file server, database, load balancing, web hosting, or data processing.
· Examines the concept of clusters and provides a well-documented explanation of all of the following: potential set up (high availability and load balancing), type (COTS versus Blade clusters), and network connectivity.
· Explains computer clustering benefits, challenges, and potential applications.
· Shows understanding of the cluster technologies and provides good arguments and explanations to back up assertions and points.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets three criteria:
· Includes an introduction and a conclusion.
· Illustrates one type of clustering application: file server, database, load balancing, web hosting, or data processing.
· Examines the concept of clusters and provides a well-documented explanation of all of the following: potential set up (high availability and load balancing), type (COTS versus Blade clusters), and network connectivity.
· Explains computer clustering benefits, challenges, and potential applications.
· Shows understanding of the cluster technologies and provides good arguments and explanations to back up assertions and points.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 5 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.4.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.5.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.8.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.9.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.10.6 practice questions.

Meets eight or nine criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.4.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.5.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.8.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.9.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.10.6 practice questions.

Meets six or seven criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.4.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.5.8 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.7.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.8.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.9.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 5.10.6 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 6 Assignment 1 Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Data Communications Basis

Using MS PowerPoint or Apache OpenOffice Impress, meets all criteria:
· Creates a minimum three-slide presentation.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a LAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a WAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates the communication protocols used at each level of the OSI model.
· Shows the communication devices used at each level of the OSI model.

Using MS PowerPoint or Apache OpenOffice Impress, meets four criteria:
· Creates a minimum three-slide presentation.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a LAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a WAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates the communication protocols used at each level of the OSI model.
· Shows the communication devices used at each level of the OSI model.

Using MS PowerPoint or Apache OpenOffice Impress, meets three criteria:
· Creates a minimum three-slide presentation.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a LAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates a network diagram of a cluster system connected to a WAN architecture, e.g., firewall, switches, hubs, Ethernet or fiber, routers, etc., as applicable.
· Illustrates the communication protocols used at each level of the OSI model.
· Shows the communication devices used at each level of the OSI model.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 6 Assignment 2 Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 18

Points: 15.3

Points: 10.8

Not Present

Criterion 1: Expository Paper
Scenario 1: You Have a Plan
OR
Scenario 2: You Do Not Have a Plan

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, responds to one of the scenarios:
Scenario 1:
Meets all criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Discusses the level in which a plan has been followed for completing those goals.
· Explains how following the plan has helped meeting the objectives.
OR
Scenario 2:
Meets all criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives coming into this course.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Assesses whether there is a priority for those goals.
· Recalls any plans made for completing those goals.
· Describes the lessons learned during studies up to now.
· Explains how the knowledge acquired will help in present or future career.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, responds to one of the scenarios:
Scenario 1:
Meets three criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Discusses the level in which a plan has been followed for completing those goals.
· Explains how following the plan has helped meeting the objectives.
OR
Scenario 2:
Meets five criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives coming into this course.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Assesses whether there is a priority for those goals.
· Recalls any plans made for completing those goals.
· Describes the lessons learned during studies up to now.
· Explains how the knowledge acquired will help in present or future career.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, responds to one of the scenarios:
Scenario 1:
Meets two criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Discusses the level in which a plan has been followed for completing those goals.
· Explains how following the plan has helped meeting the objectives.
OR
Scenario 2:
Meets four criteria:
· Writes a list of goals and objectives coming into this course.
· Lists the priority for those goals.
· Assesses whether there is a priority for those goals.
· Recalls any plans made for completing those goals.
· Describes the lessons learned during studies up to now.
· Explains how the knowledge acquired will help in present or future career.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 2

Points: 1.7

Points: 1.2

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

20

17

12

0

Minimum Total Points

17.1 points minimum

12.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 6 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.1.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.2.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.4.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.5.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.7.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 7.1.1 practice questions.

Meets seven criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.1.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.2.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.4.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.5.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.7.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 7.1.1 practice questions.

Meets five or six criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.1.7 practice questions.
·Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.2.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.3.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.4.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.5.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.6.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 6.7.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 7.1.1 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 7 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 33

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Data Storage and Data Protection

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets all criteria:
· Examines the concept of allocation for various storage devices.
· Examines the concept of volume and partitions.
· Explains fragmentation and defragmentation.
· Creates a comparison table of the various storage mediums and associated methods and constraints.
· Formulates a good understanding of the subjects and is able to convey the understanding clearly.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets four criteria:
· Examines the concept of allocation for various storage devices.
· Examines the concept of volume and partitions.
· Explains fragmentation and defragmentation.
· Creates a comparison table of the various storage mediums and associated methods and constraints.
· Formulates a good understanding of the subjects and is able to convey the understanding clearly.

In a paper of at least 3 pages of content, meets three criteria:
· Examines the concept of allocation for various storage devices.
· Examines the concept of volume and partitions.
· Explains fragmentation and defragmentation.
· Creates a comparison table of the various storage mediums and associated methods and constraints.
· Formulates a good understanding of the subjects and is able to convey the understanding clearly.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 7 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.1.14 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.3.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.5.9 practice questions.

Meets three criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.1.14 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.3.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.5.9 practice questions.

Meets two criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.1.14 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.2.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.3.4 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 12.5.9 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 8 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: File Server Proposal & Diagram

Meets all criteria:
· Proposes a network storage and redundancy solution for the company.
· Provides a description and justification for the proposed solution.
· Examines the concept of high availability and what it means to business.
· Explains RAID, NAS, DAS, and whether any should be used.
· Creates an 8- to 10-slide presentation in a “business professional” format.
· Includes introduction, conclusion, and list of references.
· Highlights the important elements in the content.
· Uses graphics, charts, and tables to emphasize critical and key aspects of the content.
· Uses slide notes to provide speaking and explanatory content that is more extensive than the slide highlights.

Meets eight criteria:
· Proposes a network storage and redundancy solution for the company.
· Provides a description and justification for the proposed solution.
· Examines the concept of high availability and what it means to business.
· Explains RAID, NAS, DAS, and whether any should be used.
· Creates an 8- to 10-slide presentation in a “business professional” format.
· Includes introduction, conclusion, and list of references.
· Highlights the important elements in the content.
· Uses graphics, charts, and tables to emphasize critical and key aspects of the content.
· Uses slide notes to provide speaking and explanatory content that is more extensive than the slide highlights.

Meets five to seven criteria:
· Proposes a network storage and redundancy solution for the company.
· Provides a description and justification for the proposed solution.
· Examines the concept of high availability and what it means to business.
· Explains RAID, NAS, DAS, and whether any should be used.
· Creates an 8- to 10-slide presentation in a “business professional” format.
· Includes introduction, conclusion, and list of references.
· Highlights the important elements in the content.
· Uses graphics, charts, and tables to emphasize critical and key aspects of the content.
· Uses slide notes to provide speaking and explanatory content that is more extensive than the slide highlights.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 8 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.1.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.2.10 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.4.7 practice questions.

Meets three criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.1.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.2.10 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.4.7 practice questions.

Meets two criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.1.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.2.10 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.3.5 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 11.4.7 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 9 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Virtualization

In a paper of at least 1 page of content, excluding graphics, screenshots, tables, or references, meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Sun VirtualBox.
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Ubuntu Linux.
· Outlines in a step-by-step written guide how to start the command line from the Linux screen.
· Describes a step-by-step written guide on how to get the editor to open from the Linux GUI.
· Summarizes the experiences and the issues that were encountered during the installations and the similarities between Linux and Windows OS.

In a paper of at least 1 page of content, excluding graphics, screenshots, tables, or references, meets four criteria:
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Sun VirtualBox.
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Ubuntu Linux.
· Outlines in a step-by-step written guide how to start the command line from the Linux screen.
· Describes a step-by-step written guide on how to get the editor to open from the Linux GUI.
· Summarizes the experiences and the issues that were encountered during the installations and the similarities between Linux and Windows OS.

In a paper of at least 1 page of content, excluding graphics, screenshots, tables, or references, meets three criteria:
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Sun VirtualBox.
· Illustrates in a screenshot the successful installation of Ubuntu Linux.
· Outlines in a step-by-step written guide how to start the command line from the Linux screen.
· Describes a step-by-step written guide on how to get the editor to open from the Linux GUI.
· Summarizes the experiences and the issues that were encountered during the installations and the similarities between Linux and Windows OS.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 9 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Meets all criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.5.10 practice questions.

Meets four criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.5.10 practice questions.

Meets three criteria:
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.1.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.2.6 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.3.7 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.4.3 practice questions.
· Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of step 10.5.10 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 10 Assignment Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 32

Points: 27.2

Points: 19.2

Not Present

Criterion 1: Differentiating Operating Systems

Meets all criteria:
· Creates a table with at least six criteria upon which to compare operating systems.
· Arranges operating systems in columns on the table: Windows, iOS, Android, OS X, Linux, and Unix.
· Arranges criteria as rows on the table.
· Formulates in-depth information for each criterion for each operating system.
· Formulates in one or two paragraphs below the table the best possible use for each operating system based on the information provided in the table.
· Shows a complete list of references below the table using appropriate APA format.

Meets five criteria:
· Creates a table with at least six criteria upon which to compare operating systems.
· Arranges operating systems in columns on the table: Windows, iOS, Android, OS X, Linux, and Unix.
· Arranges criteria as rows on the table.
· Formulates in-depth information for each criterion for each operating system.
· Formulates in one or two paragraphs below the table the best possible use for each operating system based on the information provided in the table.
· Shows a complete list of references below the table using appropriate APA format.

Meets four criteria:
· Creates a table with at least six criteria upon which to compare operating systems.
· Arranges operating systems in columns on the table: Windows, iOS, Android, OS X, Linux, and Unix.
· Arranges criteria as rows on the table.
· Formulates in-depth information for each criterion for each operating system.
· Formulates in one or two paragraphs below the table the best possible use for each operating system based on the information provided in the table.
· Shows a complete list of references below the table using appropriate APA format.

Does not meet any criteria.

Criterion 2

Points: 8

Points: 6.8

Points: 4.8

Not Present

Criterion 2: APA Style and Writing Conventions

Meets all criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets two criteria:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Meets one criterion:
· Applies current APA style to in-text citations and references, and document formatting if appropriate, with minor to no errors.
· Writing is focused, concise, and organized and articulates at a college level, with minor to no errors.
· Uses resources from reliable and/or scholarly sources.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

40

34

24

0

Minimum Total Points

34.1 points minimum

24.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0
Rubric Title: IT332 Unit 10 Lab Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Level III

Level II

Level I

Not Present

Criterion 1

Points: 30

Points: 25.5

Points: 18

Not Present

Criterion 1: Hands-On Labs

Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of all of the following:
· Step 13.1.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.2.4 practice questions.
· Step 13.3.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.4.3 practice questions.
· Step 13.5.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.6.10 practice questions.
· Step 13.7.11 practice questions.
· Step 13.8.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.9.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.10.7 practice questions.
· Step 13.11.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.12.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.13.4 practice questions.

Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of 10-12 of the following:
· Step 13.1.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.2.4 practice questions.
· Step 13.3.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.4.3 practice questions.
· Step 13.5.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.6.10 practice questions.
· Step 13.7.11 practice questions.
· Step 13.8.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.9.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.10.7 practice questions.
· Step 13.11.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.12.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.13.4 practice questions.

Illustrates in the screenshot the correct execution of 8-9 of the following:
· Step 13.1.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.2.4 practice questions.
· Step 13.3.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.4.3 practice questions.
· Step 13.5.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.6.10 practice questions.
· Step 13.7.11 practice questions.
· Step 13.8.8 practice questions.
· Step 13.9.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.10.7 practice questions.
· Step 13.11.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.12.5 practice questions.
· Step 13.13.4 practice questions.

Does not meet any criteria.

Maximum Total Points

30

25.5

18

0

Minimum Total Points

25.6 points minimum

18.1 points minimum

1 point minimum

0

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