Getting and using your assessment feedback
Your Marking Criteria and Feedback Form
Coursework, group-work and presentation feedback is given with the help of the ‘Marking Criteria and Feedback Form’. You may also have comments on the assessment document itself (called annotations).
The tutor in this video is talking through how the Marking Criteria and Feedback Form is used to give feedback (NB used to be called Grading criteria and feedback form):
(Video tutorial – ASA website resource)
Students in some programmes also have a self-assessment (called SART) to complete before receiving their feedback.
Marking Criteria and Feedback Form examples
(Online PDF – ASA website resource)
Recommended: Familiarise yourself with the structure and layout of this form and how it is used.
Reading your feedback
Read your feedback carefully; it will show you what you have done well and what you need to improve. It is a good idea to make a note of the key feedback points including your strengths and any areas for development. Book an appointment with your tutor if you do not understand your feedback or want to discuss how you can improve your marks in the future.
You can also ask your tutor/module leader for feedback on other types of assessments such as exams and OSCEs; this will usually be in the form of 1-1 or a group tutorial and may be more generic in nature than coursework feedback.
Downloading and printing your feedback
(Video tutorial – UH Online resource)