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Complexity DTC miniproject supervisor feedback form

Please rate the student's work ethic, organisation and reliability during the project:
Question 1
Did the student show you written calculations, data visualisations, computer code or other supporting materials during the project?
Question 2 (required)
If yes, please assess the technical quality of these supporting materials:
Question 3
Were there any unanticipated problems, for example with software, data quality or theory?
Question 4 (required)
If yes, please elaborate below
Did the student show initiative, originality and an ability to grasp new concepts?
Question 5
If you have any additional comments about initiative and originality please enter them here:
How much did the student rely on you in order to be able to do the tasks which you assigned?
Question 6
Were the main results of the project available and checked in a sufficiently timely manner before the end of the project?
Question 7 (required)
Did you receive a draft version of the report in time to provide comments and feedback to the student?
Question 8 (required)
If you did provide feedback to the student on a draft version of the report please indicate, for each of the following areas, whether your suggested changes were:
Question 9
Please summarise your overall impression of the student's performance on this project. Include here any additional information which you feel is relevant to help us to make a fair assessment of the work.

We would like to provide (a moderated version) of your feedback to the students.
Question 10 (required)
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