How academic supervision can help optimise your studies
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How academic supervision can help optimise your studies

Martin Rowland Senior lecturer in adult nursing, University of South Wales

Discussing your work with an academic can help with assignments, as well as providing practical support on referencing and research

Academic supervision is the opportunity to discuss an assessed piece of work with an academic from your university. It is not a proof-reading service or a pre-marking process that will guarantee a pass, but the chance to talk about particular aspects of the assessment, such as the assignment brief, the piece of work being developed and the marking grid being used.

Nursing Standard. 37, 9, 43-44. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.9.43.s19

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