We all get ‘stuck’ sometimes, and working through these barriers is an essential part of learning. So if you need help understanding a concept or working through a problem, we're here for you.  There are two main ways you can get support from our Specialists; here's a little more information about how they work:

Connect Live

Stuck on a question you need specialist help to answer? Our Connect Live service is the best way of getting help in a wide range of subjects including maths, chemistry, physics, business studies and more.  To connect live with a seriously smart person who can help you work through your question, click on the 'Connect now' button on your Studiosity account homepage. 

Once you're connected with a Subject Specialist, you can work through your question using typed or voice chat, and draw problems or equations on the online whiteboard. As soon as you're happy you understand the problem, you can continue with your studies until you need help again.  Here's a snippet from a recent interaction that a student had with one of our maths specialists:

You can find out a bit more about how we connect you with a Subject Specialist here

Writing Feedback

If you're working on an essay or assignment (or any piece of writing) and would like to get feedback on how to improve it, upload it to us any time of day or night, and we'll send it back to you in less than 24 hours with detailed feedback on how you can improve your writing. Simply click 'Submit your document' from your Studiosity dashboard and follow the prompts.

We support doc, docx, odt, txt or rtf files with a maximum word count of 5,500 words (if your education provider doesn't set their own word count limits) and file size under 4 MB.

The page to submit your document looks like the image shown below.

You'll have just four simple and quick questions to fill out before hitting the 'Submit for review' button. 

Please note you won't be able to submit your document until each field has a green 'tick' next to it.  If you attempt to send it without this, the 'submit for review' button won't work.

Phew!  Once you've successfully submitted your document for review, you can sit back, relax, make some noodles, pat your cat, water your succulents etc. while your document goes off, off and away, into the very best of hands.  Keep an eye on your email inbox, because we'll send you a message within 24 hours, letting you know when your feedback has been completed.  Remember to mark emails from Studiosity as safe, otherwise your notification may end up in your spam folder!

If you download our mobile app, you can be notified that way too when your feedback is ready, and you can view it on your phone. 

Alternatively you can also log in to your account and click on the 'My recent activity' tab in the top menu and pick up your feedback there. When you collect your document, it will look like this:

Feedback Summary:

On the left-hand-side of the page, you will see the Feedback Summary, which is the overall summary of the strengths and weaknesses in your document. You'll see a colourful donut chart showing the specialist's comments, categorised into the areas you requested feedback on, and anything else they have noticed.

On the bottom right-hand-side you'll see all of your submission details, including the file name and your question.

When you're ready to view the whole thing, you can click on 'View Reviewed Document' at the bottom of the screen, or toggle the tabs at the top.

Reviewed Document:

When viewing your reviewed document, you can click on highlighted sections of text to see specific comments in the comments bar, or select all focus areas at once to see all comments in one place.

And of course, if you want a good old-fashioned hard copy of your document, you can click on Download PDF or Print in the top right-hand-corner.

Want to collect your document on your phone? No worries, you can do that too. To make the most of the small mobile screen, you'll see a link at the bottom of your screen that allows you download a mobile-friendly PDF.

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