Dear Applicants,

I want to clarify for you a few things regarding feedback from Listeners and editing your assignments.

As part of the Listening process and evaluation, we have asked each Listener to leave you a comment/feedback on your assignment after they finish evaluating it. This feedback is meant to help you with your next assignment (not the one they are actually commenting on).

As far as editing your assignment goes--you may submit your assignment and edit it up until the due date. After the due date has passed, please do not make any changes--otherwise it wouldn't be fair to everyone.

I hope this answers your questions. Keep up the amazing work, you're almost there!

Kind regards,

Rachael

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Dear Rachael,

Thank you so much for your concern. I have received the positive feedback and most of the time, it seems I do not need to edit my assignment but based on the feedback, I try to develop my next assignment. Honestly, I have not edited the posted assignment no matter it is before deadline. Anyway, thank you so much for your kind consideration for all the applicants.

Best regards, Shwe Wutt Hmon Myanmar

Shwe Wutt Hmon

hi rachel, how do i know if i am receiving feedback..I dont think I have does this mean anything? I receive comments but they dont say feedback. Not sure, also how do i know if you have recieved my assignments?

In Bold Rebirth DEE

Hi Dee,

The comments are your feedback actually! The comments won't necessarily be feedback on grammar, but will be comments about how the Listener felt about your assignment. Does this make sense?

If you have tagged your assignments correctly, then we will receive them. Just double check when you turn one in that you are carefully following tagging directions. Our team also looks on all of PulseWire for mis-tagged assignments, just in case!

Kind regards,

Rachael

"In every human heart there are a few passions that last a lifetime. They're with us from the moment we're born, and nothing can dilute their intensity." Rob Brezny

No worries Dee!

Cheers,

Rachael

"In every human heart there are a few passions that last a lifetime. They're with us from the moment we're born, and nothing can dilute their intensity." Rob Brezny

I am deeply touched by the impact of this application process. It gave me an opportunity to think deeply about my work on girls and women and most importantly revive my love for writing. I felt encouraged and inspired by the comments from the listeners it gave me more insight into my work and the strength to continue with my assisgnment.

Thank you soooooooooooooo much, I am grateful.

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