7.4 Evaluating your strategy and assessing your work Present a reflective summary that gives details of: A judgement of your own progress and performance in using problem-solving skills, including an assessment of your progress. Discuss your use of criteria and feedback comments to help you assess your progress. Those factors that had the greatest effect on your achieving what you set out to do, including those that worked well to help you improve and those that worked less well.
Present a reflective summary that gives details of:
A judgement of your own progress and performance in using problem-solving skills, including an assessment of your progress. Discuss your use of criteria and feedback comments to help you assess your progress.
Those factors that had the greatest effect on your achieving what you set out to do, including those that worked well to help you improve and those that worked less well.
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