Understanding Feedback

Learn how to improve your work by making the most of previous feedback

Feedback from your lecturers is one of the most important resources you have at university - but too often it goes to waste.

Whether it's because you don't understand what your lecturer is trying to tell you, that the comments are too brief, or that you don't understand how what you have produced relates to mark schemes and grade criteria, it is all too easy to not act on feedback.  But in order to improve, it is vital to understand what your lecturers are trying to tell you, and to be able to put their advice into practice.

This workshop will help you think about how you relate to feedback and comments, what lecturers are trying to tell you, and what strategies you can put in place to get better marks in future.


Our workshops run throughout the spring term, and cover all aspects of academic skills.  You can also book a 1:1 appointment with an advisor to talk over anything in your studies that you need help with.

Have a browse through the sessions that are available this term (under the Southend tab), or pop along to TF2.19 to find out more.



Understanding Feedback

This event is part of the TDC's programme of academic skills workshops

Talent Development Centre

The Talent Development Centre is here to help you succeed in your studies and achieve your potential.  We offer support and resources to help improve your writing, maths, research, study skills and English language, no matter what your discipline or level of study.

Come to TF2.19 to find out more about our services, and how we can help.