2. Why it matters
Your lecturers know that the only way for you to improve, and to adjust to what is expected at University level, is for you to get feedback on your work. They will aim to show you where you have gone wrong, and also what you have done well. Don’t get downhearted about criticism – instead, try to recognise how useful it is to you. Keep your feedback (both the good and the bad!) in mind, so you can change things for the better in your next piece of work, and keep doing those things which you did well previously.
A lot of useful feedback may also be delivered to a whole group after a piece of work is returned – although the feedback may be more general in nature than the individual comments you may receive, make sure you don’t miss out on these valuable sessions.
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