Evaluate content - Content should address the central question of who, what, where, when, why and how within the range and parameters of the given assignments.
Evaluate Organization - Decide on a direct or indirect approach. Use any of a wide variety of organizing principles. Pay special attention to transitions. Make sure your conclusion reflects your introduction.
Evaluate Style - Style is created through content, organization, word choice, and grammatical structures. Ensure consistency in style. In case of collaboration with other writers, unify the document across the different authors' styles of writing.
Evaluate Readability - Make your writing clear and concise, not complex and challenging. Determine the approximate reading level using the TOOLS menu of a word processing program. Choose words which you perceive as appropriate for the audience.