Students unhappy

14th September 2007 at 01:00
Nearly four out of 10 university students are unhappy with their feedback from tutors because they are used to more generous secondary teachers and the chance to resit exams, National Union of Students research has discovered. Professor Michael Arthur, vice-chancellor of Leeds University, said universities assessed work differently and rarely offered the chance to do resits. An NUS spokesman denied students wanted tutors to "hold their hands".

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