Message - How do you put a grade on your ability?

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Posted by  Bravoboy on December 01, 2002 at 21:19:18:

I am a second year architecture student (UK). It is a simple question, what is most important when grading a project? How can you grade a response to a question, which has no specific answers? I seem to spend more time worrying about my presentation than the actual design, which I see is wrong, because lets face it, I am not in practice, it wont get built, shouldn't the most important thing in these early years be to show I HAVE MY OWN MIND. Sometimes I think my tutors can be a little close-minded and it frustrates me so much. All they seem to care about is the presentation. I'm not sure the grade that you graduate with is a true reflection of how good you are; surely your mind cannot be graded? Help!

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