I need to build an assessment calculator that will perform the following:

POINTS: 0.0 - 3.0

COST: $0.00 - $1000


Assessment logic:

If POINTS between 0.0 and 1.0, and COST between $0.00 and $350, then ASSESMENT RATING = LOW

If POINTS between 1.0 and 2.0, and COST between $350 and $700, then ASSESSMENT RATING = MEDIUM

If POINTS between 2.0 and 3.0, and COST between $700 and $1000, then ASSESSMENT RATING = HIGH


If POINTS between 0.00 and 1.0, and COST between $700 and $1000, then ASSESSMENT RATING = MEDIUM

If POINTS between 1.0 and 2.0, and COST between $0.00 and $350, then ASSESSMENT RATING = LOW

The idea is to determine ASSESSMENT RATING based on the range of POINTS and COST - a simple assessment calculator.

The challenge is to do this in Power Apps, listing a stack of custom conditions / permutations in a way that is readable and viable.

*An optional feature could be an addition of weighing values (referenced from a SharePoint list) on POINTS, in group categories that can be changed by owners if / when required. **The same could be applied on COST in the form of percentage discount (referenced from a SharePoint list).

This would amount to a resourceful pattern for many solutions.

What is the best way to achieve this in Power Apps?

(The actual syntax required to articulate the list of assessment conditions to get consistent / reliable rating results).


The logic would be a lot easier to achieve in a SharePoint list - using Calculated column. Although I do not recommend writing the logic all in PowerApps since it increases the loading time tremendously, it is workable. ASSESSMENT RATING field should be Read-Only either way.

Assuming you have this PowerApps form attached to a SharePoint list, column value ranges can be easily configured via Column settings.

Add a Label to the form to display the value for ASSESSMENT RATING (Note that the value cannot be passed back to the list). Here is a sample formula based on the provided logic:

POINTS = DataCardValue2
COST = DataCardValue3


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