So, you have received your assignment result and it is not as good as you expected?
Here’s how to bounce back and make improvements for your next submission.
Grades in University are usually lower than in school or college, so your mark may be better than you think!
|70% and above||1st||excellent, this is the highest grade you can get|
|60%-69.9%||2:1||Very good, keep up the good work, could you push this to a 1st?|
|50-59.9%||2:2||good, use your feedback to improve.|
|40-49.9%||3rd||pass, use your feedback to improve and explore study skills support.|
|Under 40%||Fail||speak to your lecturer to understand the impact this result has on the rest of your module/course.|
Things did not quite go to plan. You may not be able to change the grade, but you have to forgive yourself. This is just one result of many, so learn from this and move on.
Be honest with yourself. Did you do all of the following things that are necessary to succeed?
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