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Appraisal may refer to:
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- Appraisal (decision analysis), a decision method
- Project appraisal, comparing options to deliver an objective
- Economic appraisal, an appraisal based on comparison of monetary equivalents
- Real estate appraisal, the practice of determining the value of real property.
- Business valuation, the process of determining the value of businesses.
- Art valuation, the process of determining the value of works of art.
- Domain appraisal, the act of evaluating the worth of a specific domain name.
- Appraisal (discourse analysis), the ways that writers or speakers express approval or disapproval for things or ideas
- Appraisal theory, a psychological theory of emotion and cognition
- Appraisal Institute, an international association of professional real estate appraisers
- Appraisal value, the value of a company based on a projection of future cash flow
- Archival appraisal, process for determining which records need to be kept, and for how long
- Performance appraisal, a method to evaluate an employee
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