Draft Feedback on Psychology Assignment or Thesis

Can you read and comment on my draft? Am I on the right track? How do I get started writing my assignment? All common psychology student questions about my online tutoring services. You can submit your draft for feedback here

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The benefits to you as a student developing their academic voice writing skills, are numerous...but I'll restrict myself to the top 5 ~:-)

📝 Strengthen your links between lecture topics, research methods, and real-world relevance

Expand your critical thinking skills via journal article/readings discussions

📣 Amplify your statistical literacy capacity as a future psychologist

🤩 Deepen your appreciation for critical self-reflection practices in the workplace

⌨️ Enhance your academic voice (writing skills) and evidence-based argument ⛓️ Develop your collegial networking skills and competencies

🎓 Enrich your self-efficacy as a prepared graduate of the psychological sciences


Can I watch you edit my draft? is another frequent question from psychology student clients. We use Zoom share screen, and the student gets to see the in-the-moment iterative process that occurs when I review a draft assignment.

It's messy ~:-)

I liken draft revision to 'moving furniture around', stuff is put everywhere for a short time, placed elsewhere and perhaps moved back by the end of the process. However, by engaging with the material in this way, together, the student and I are able to unpack, reorder, and sculpt their draft to a streamlined answer of the topic question.

My feedback on a draft assignment usually consists of saying things like, "Too wordy, rather reorder your sentence like this...." Or "This sentence contradicts the previous one". Also, "This is unclear, do you mean [a] or [b]".

Often I make suggestions as to where to put a citation or a statistic (e.g., a %), or where to put an example. As well, I provide question prompts to encourage the student to illustrate their critical thinking skills more explicitly.

I comment and move-some-things-about, in a similar way when I am reviewing a student's assignment draft via an emailed copy.

Testimonials from students who have averaged 5-7 drafts per 1150 words:

"You're amazing! Thank you so much. It's so much better : )"

~ M.R. 3rd year Naturopathy, VIC

"Thank you so much and you are a rockstar!!! ~ T. C., PhD candidate Social Work, QLD

"Thank you for taking the time to edit ... I really appreciate all your support you have given me this week!!" ~ B. C., 2nd year Nursing, SA

"Thanks so much. You are very kind and patient reassuring me. Don’t know what I would do without you!!! Thanks (needed your magic wand on this one)." ~ C. J., 3rd year Psychology, VIC In case you missed it, You can submit your draft for feedback here

Light & Life~

Charmayne (B.Psyc.Hons; Grad. Cert. Tert. Teaching)

Reference Winstone, N.E. (2022). Characterising feedback cultures in higher education: an analysis of strategy documents from 134 UK universities. Higher Education. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-022-00818-8