Description - How to Improve Your Assignment Results by Colin Neville
Are you puzzled by tutor comments on your assignments? Do you want to improve your grades but aren't sure how? Do you want help but don't know where to go or who to ask? If so, then this book will save the day! It will help any student to understand the comments they receive on their assignments and improve their assignment results. The book focuses on the common weaknesses that lecturers highlight when they write comments such as: 'You have not answered the question' 'Your work is more descriptive than critical' 'You did not tell me anything new' 'Your English is weak; it was difficult to follow your arguments' And by understanding what tutors are looking for in essays, students can quickly learn how to improve their assignment structures, the language they use, and their referencing skills in order to raise their grades. There is also a vital section on how to be more creative in assignments as well as a chapter on where to go for more help. This is an essential companion for all students who are not sure how to address the assignment feedback raised by their lecturer. It is also key reading for those who give feedback to students.
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Author Biography - Colin Neville
Colin Neville has worked in UK further and higher education as a lecturer, course organiser and student advisor for over twenty years. He is a specialist adviser at the Learner Development Unit at the University of Bradford and a Learning Area Consultant with the national 'LearnHigher' project: a Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning, involving a network of sixteen higher education institutions and the Higher Education Academy.