Using Tutor Feedback
Your tutor has read your work and is trying to help you with their comments. It is worth taking the time to understand what they mean.
Remember, too, that comments may apply to other parts of your assignment, even if it is only written in one place.
Don't just change the places with comments and leave everything else! Try to read the whole assignment again with your tutor's eyes, and make changes to each paragraph.
Examples of Feedback
Here are some examples of tutors’ comments on their students’ writing. Click on the links below for advice to make the most of this feedback.
- Questions about the content e.g. Which school? Why not? Is this the primary role of this staff member? Who is this?