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Presentation - ATK

Getting feedback

After rehearsing in front of a friend or colleague, it is important to get their feedback and use it to improve your presentation. 

Acting on the feedback you get and making any necessary changes as a result will provide you with an opportunity to revisit the content and structure of your presentation before presenting it to your audience.

Make final checks 
Have a final read through and check your presentation against the marking scheme and consider how you think your presentation measures up to what is expected. 

You may find it helpful to use the following checklist for rehearsal performance:

rehearsalperfDocument authored by Darrall Thompson, Faculty of Design, University of Technology Sydney