Accessing your feedback

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Book: Accessing your feedback
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Date: Wednesday, 1 December 2021, 3:36 PM

Description

Online submission

Grades and feedback

Approximately four weeks after your deadline, your lecturer will release an indicative grade and feedback.  They can do this in a variety of ways so speak with your tutor about how this will be done for you.  They may choose to provide feedback via the 'Assignment upload' submission point, through Turnitin via this same link, or perhaps face-to-face or via email.


Assignment upload submission point

To see this information, simply need to return back to the unit in question on Solent Online Learning and back to your specific assignment.  You will see something like the following:



Assignment upload submission point using Turnitin

Again, simply need to return back to the unit in question on Solent Online Learning and back to your specific assignment.  Click on the blue pencil icon next to your Similarity report percentage. You will see something like the following:

Blue pencil


If it is not clear, speak with your lecturer direct to gain your results and feedback.

What happens to your work in 20 working days?

assessment and feedback process

Understanding the grademarking scale

General points regarding grade marking:

  • assessments will be awarded a grade (e.g. B2) rather than a number (e.g. 65)
  • exams and some assignments that have clear right or wrong answers are marked using numbers.
  • grades match with the Generic Grading Criteria that you use in your assessments. If you get a B2 in one assignment, you can use the grading criteria to show you what you need to improve on to get a B1 or an A4 in your next assignment.
  • results of your units will come back as a number, and your final degree award will be calculated from numbers.


FAQs

How do the grades for each element get combined to give a unit mark? 
Each grade corresponds to a numerical equivalent. The numerical equivalent for each assessed element will be given its due weighting and combined to give an overall mark for the unit.

What if I get a mark which doesn’t exist on the grade marking scale?
You will get an overall unit mark which will be made up of the combined scores from each piece of assessment within a unit. This overall unit mark will be recorded as such.

Will marks for those assessments which require the full numerical scale e.g. in multiple choice tests where answers are either right or wrong, be converted to a grade, and then to its numerical equivalent? 
No, these will be recorded as the true mark achieved.

How do marks from grade marking and the full numerical scale get combined? 
The numbers from both scales (with due weighting for each element) are added together to produce an overall mark.


Southampton Solent Grade Marking Scale

Generic Grading Criteria Marking Band Grade Mark Numeric Equivalent
Exceptional in most / all aspects, substantially exceeding expectations for this level A1 100
A2 92
Excellent quality, exceeding expectations for this level in many aspects A3 83
A4 74
Meets all the intended learning outcomes and exceeds the threshold expectations
for this level in several of them
B1 68
B2 65
B3 62
Meets all the intended learning outcomes and exceeds the threshold expectations
for this level in some of them
C1 58
C2 55
C3 52
Meets all the intended learning outcomes, but rarely exceeding the threshold expectations for this level D1 48
D2 45
D3 42
Fails to meet all of the intended learning outcomes and is marginally inadequate for this level F1 35
Fails to meet all of the intended learning outcomes and is inadequate for this level F2 20
F3 15
Submitted S 1
Non-submission N 0