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CriteriaAdvanced (4)Proficient (3)Approaching 
Proficiency (2)
Developing (1)
Overall AppearanceResume covers 1 page and is not overcrowded

Information is organized in a way that serves the purpose of the document
Resume fills the page but too much white space exists in the document.

Information is mostly organized in a way that serves the purpose of the document.
Resume almost fills the page but has uneven spacing and/or slightly too much white space.

Information is somewhat organized in a way that serves the purpose of the document.
Resume does not fill the page.

Information is not organized in a way that serves the purpose of the document.
Resume Content Heading, objective, skills, experience, and education covered in detail

Extra information was given to enhance the resume
Heading, objective, experience, skills, and education are covered in some detail.

Extra information was given to enhance the resume.
Heading, objective, experience, and education covered with little detail


Minimum extra information was given to enhance the resume.
Missing one of the following: heading, objective, experience, or education

No extra information was given to enhance the resume.
Spelling and Grammar No spelling errors.

No grammar errors. 
1-2 spelling errors

1-2 grammar errors
3-4 spelling errors

3-4 grammar errors
5-6 spelling errors

5-6 grammar errors
Consistent, appropriate formatting  All formatting is consistent throughout the document

Balanced margins with eye appeal

Format highlights strengths and information

Appropriate fonts and point size used with variety.
Almost all formatting is consistent throughout the document

Balanced margins 

Format highlights strengths and information adequately

Appropriate fonts and point size used with variety.
The document contains significant inconsistencies in formatting

Balanced margins

Format highlights strengths and information somewhat
Formatting is very inconsistent
and margins are inappropriate

Formatting choices interfere with the purpose of the document
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