We want to see you succeed, so we do our best to provide clear expectations for assignments, and we're here to support you along the way. When you succeed, students succeed! However, if your work is ever incomplete, inaccurate, or if it does not meet grading and feedback standards, the teacher or The Graide Network team may request a revision. A revision request reopens an assignment for you to make any necessary adjustments. It will include a message detailing what's required.
Revision requests are urgent.
If a revision request is due to the quality of your work or a mistake you made, it is your responsibility to revise your work and re-submit it to The Graide Network team for review as soon as possible or within 24 hours of the revision request. Revision requests for quality are urgent because late return of assignments inconveniences teachers who may have planned to use grading and feedback reports in class right away. Time spent revising your work is not compensated, as it is your responsibility to deliver complete and high-quality work in the time allotted at the start of each assignment.
Revision requests are a chance to grow.
It can be disappointing to receive a revision request, but we'll work closely with you to ensure you're able to re-submit work that meets expectations. For better chances of successful revision, respond to revision requests quickly, even if you can't revise immediately, and seek clarity as needed. Be sure you understand the scope of the request (do you need to make only a few minor adjustments, or is the revision needed more extensive?), and be open to feedback and coaching.
Note that it is not uncommon for new Graiders to receive a revision request on their first assignments. While we try to prevent this by checking your work and providing coaching early, occasionally there are trends in feedback or scoring that only become apparent once you've completed more of the class. While we do track revision requests, you are typically not penalized in future matching if a revision request is due to the learning curve of the first few assignments.
Revision requests aren't inherently negative.
Revision requests are also a way for The Graide Network team or teachers to re-open an assignment for grading.
If the revision is due to a teacher error or new request (grading of late student work, for example), you will be compensated for this additional work, and we will work with you to determine a reasonable timeline.
If a teacher ever asks for adjustments to an assignment but does not send a revision request, you can ask us to reopen the assignment on the teacher's behalf.
Most revision requests are made within the first 3 days following assignment submission, regardless of reason. As a general rule, teachers have 7 days from the due date to review your work and request a revision, though in very rare cases, we will honor revision requests made outside of this window.