How to get the best from your exam feedback
Reflecting on your performance is an important activity whether you've passed or failed an exam.
If you passed your exam
think about about how you prepared and build on this for the next session. There will still likely be areas where you'll have scope to improve and improved exam technique now will help you at later stages of the qualification.
If you failed your exam
you can reflect on where you can make improvements and then use the My Exam Performance feedback to come up with a plan to enhance your chances of passing your resit.
Quick tips to help you with your feedback:
Take your time to read through your exam feedback and consider what it means, coming back to it again if you need to.
Refer to the latest examiner report for detail on how students are performing more widely, so that you can understand your exam performance in context.
Consider sharing your feedback with a tutor / employer / mentor / peer / colleague. Discussing feedback can help your reflection process and may help you identify next steps, whether retaking or moving on to your next exam.
Take note of the specific resources that are signposted to you throughout the feedback and make sure you visit them. These recommendations have been made to suit your individual circumstance, and analysis shows us that students who engage with resources such as the Practice Platform perform better in their exams.