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Trilok’s guide to your first assessment

''Remember to take frequent breaks to continue being efficient over longer periods of time and write down further questions you may have to ask in discussion boards or to your lecturers.'' Session 3 Orientation has been and gone and now it's crunch...

How to Use Assessment Feedback Constructively

Sometimes it’s nice to know why we got the result we did in an assessment, what we did right and what we did wrong. Aside from the mark that is on the assessment when handed back to us, the real purpose of assessment feedback is to help us...

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How marking actually works

You have just submitted an assessment which you put hours of hard work, research and dedication into. There is nothing else you can do other than wait for that mark back… but how does marking really work? This question is tough to answer as...

A letter to my lecturers

A letter to my lecturers

As an online student, it is true that keeping myself organize is a struggle. Most of the time, work can be done in my own time but I also have to remember that it all HAS to be done in my own time. In my first year, it was scary to think that there...

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Five things I wish I knew in first year

Being a first-year uni student might sound scary, but don’t worry, we’ve all been there, and the good news is that you will survive! In first year, you’ll be learning about your career, as well as learning all about university...

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