Feedback is your main form of guidance and support from your tutors: feedback may be oral (discussion in lectures, seminars or tutorials) or it may be written (provided after formative or summative assessments). It is your best guide about what you are doing well and what you can do to improve your grades and quality of your work. It also helps you to develop your own skills of evaluation so that you get better at judging the quality of your own work.
"I think the important thing with feedback is that it is a positive thing. Anything you get wrong the first time isn't a negative result. It's important ..."
Feedback and its benefits
"I actually do like the way we do feedback over here because they type up a paper about all the feedback and the things you did well ..."
Student getting feedback from a tutor
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