Does the introduction provide sufficient background on problem being studied (or proposed to fix)?
The introduction to the paper presents comprehensive background and data regarding the topic in question. The reader gets a very clear idea about FCAT and its functionalities from the introductory paragraphs. The part talks about the original concept and the metamorphosed practicality regarding FCAT.
Is the purpose clearly identified?
The purpose is clearly described in the paper. The part raises particular question relevant to the topic which require to be answered to find the solution to the status quo. There is a clear statement explaining what follows in the paper which will aid in the process of solution to the problem. The reader gets to know what the study will explore in the upcoming sections.
Does the body clearly include the details of your solution or the scope of your study?
The study talks of the paramount importance of learning statistical analysis and PASW. While statistics is required to analyze data, PASW is needed to conduct all types of research. The body gives a detailed report of FCAT data of Florida department of Education. Then the body discusses the results and analyzes them comprehensively. The questions are addressed properly in the following part. Barring problems in the formatting of the text, the body gives a clear picture of the study. In the conclusion, there are recommendations in regard to the study.
Is there research to support what is being studied/ proposed?
There is a description of research work supporting the topic which is being studied. The paper presents a statistical analysis and interprets the research in the later part of the writing after summarizing it.