Submit to succeed
Submit to succeed is a coordinated programme of support to enable you to submit your assessments, pass your resits and succeed in your studies this year.
The Submit to succeed journey has academic and study support activities including feedback support, module and academic tutorials, study retreats and personalised study support tutorials.
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You will have received feedback on submitted formative and summative work. Your feedback is a great place to start to improve for your summative submission, your next submission, or your re-submission.
If you submitted your summative work through Turnitin, your feedback will be in the Turnitin submission point which is where you submitted your assignment on Moodle. If you submitted a different way, your module tutor will have given you instructions on how you will receive your feedback.
Make the most of your feedback with the Submit to Succeed programme and start with our feedback worksheet:
Common feedback areas to kickstart your next submission using The Learning Success Hub:
- Improve your referencing using our Referencing guides.
- Refine how you quote and paraphrase evidence with our Using Evidence factsheets.
- Develop how you write using an academic tone of voice using the Manchester Academic Phrasebank.
- Improve your sentences, paragraphs and punctuation with our Writing Essentials factsheets.
- Improve your proofreading using our Editing and proofreading factsheets.
- Refine your critical thinking and writing using our Critical thinking and writing factsheets.
An individual tutorial with your module or academic tutor provides you with guidance on understanding what you are expected to do in your assessment, how best to address any feedback you may have received and give you a chance to further clarify your understanding. In addition to a tutorial, if you are resitting, your tutor may have uploaded a re-assessment video which outlines their guidance on the assessment brief, working with feedback, and common feedback themes for that assessment.
You can book in with your module or academic tutor in the usual way using the Microsoft Bookings.
If you are unsure how to do this, please ask your academic tutor and module tutor. They are here to support you.
Study Hub is our informal series of working sessions, open to all. We meet in the Launch Pad in the Holgate building and refreshments are provided.
Our Study Hub sessions offer a space for structured study towards your own submission, assessment, and study goals, with Study Development Tutors available to support you.
Whatever your priority is, Study Hub and its tutorial drop-in surgery can help. You will study alongside other students which can be beneficial if you find working around others, co-working, and body doubling to be helpful for motivation and focus.
Personalised, 1 to 1 tutorials offer a space for you to develop your learning and skills, particularly following development feedback from your assignments.
Our Academic Liaison Librarians, Digital Training Tutors, Study Development Tutors, and the London Student Support and Guidance Team can support you with critical reading, note-taking, writing an essay, developing a digital a portfolio, preparing or planning a presentation, improving referencing, developing research skills, or working on your maths skills.
Our Academic Services Team can help you to improve your success with your submissions or resubmissions.
Book support from the team you need on our Study Skills pages.
We may all encounter a time when specialist mental health or emotional support can make a big difference. Our Wellbeing team can offer a different kind of support if you need it.