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PC Assembly and Disassembly 
This assessment is used to grade students on their ability to properly perform the various tasks involved in disassembling and assembling personal computer.
Rubric Code: M246C34
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Subject: Computers  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate

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Student will demonstrate competency the following areas:
1. PC disassembly
2. PC parts identification
3. PC assembly
  Poor

5 pts

Fair

8 pts

Good

10 pts

Score

10 pts

Remove PC components
10 pts

Remove all components from the PC.

Poor

Student did not remove any components successfully from their PC.
Fair

Student removed most components successfully from their PC.
Good

Student removed all components successfully from their PC.
Score
Identify Components
10 pts

Identify all components from disassembled PC.

Poor

Student correctly identified less than 3 components from disassembled PC.
Fair

Student correctly identfied between 5 components from disassembled PC.
Good

Student correctly identfied all components from disassembled PC.
Score
Assembly of PC
10 pts

Correctly install all components into PC.

Poor

Student could not correctly install any components into PC.
Fair

Student correctly assembled most components into PC.
Good

Student correctly assembled all components into PC.
Score
TOTAL SCORE
30 pts

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Fair
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