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Hi I am a BSc Hort student wondering if anybody would have the time to fill out my survey. Researching a link between the benefits of grading on mental health. thank you https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/JNSTTRN
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  • BenCottoBenCotto Posts: 4,679
    Good luck with this Henrietta. When you wrote ‘grading’ did you mean ‘gardening’? Also you asked us to rank statements but the questionnaire only allowed for responses not rankings.
    Rutland, England
  • BenCotto said:
    Good luck with this Henrietta. When you wrote ‘grading’ did you mean ‘gardening’? Also you asked us to rank statements but the questionnaire only allowed for responses not rankings.
    Thank you! Oh gosh yes I did mean gardening, lack of sleep! They are ranked via their nature of benefit. However I can see this may be confusing. Thank you for your feedback it’s much appreciated. 
  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 12,454
    edited December 2019
    Done @henriettarochelle    :)
    Good luck with your research. 
  • wild edgeswild edges Posts: 10,438
    'Do you feel gardening helps you connect with other people?'. I almost clicked no and then remembered the gardening forum I spend a fair amount of time on :#
    If you can keep your head, while those around you are losing theirs, you may not have grasped the seriousness of the situation.
  • @henriettarochelle I really struggle with the ordering of

    very beneficial somewhat beneficial neither beneficial or not beneficial   of little benefit  of no benefit 

    What is the difference between the last four? The middle one sounds neutral, but what does it mean, 'neither benificial or not beneficial', compared to 'of little benefit' and 'of no benefit'. How can something be not beneficial and also not not beneficial?
  • @henriettarochelle I really struggle with the ordering of

    very beneficial somewhat beneficial neither beneficial or not beneficial   of little benefit  of no benefit 

    What is the difference between the last four? The middle one sounds neutral, but what does it mean, 'neither benificial or not beneficial', compared to 'of little benefit' and 'of no benefit'. How can something be not beneficial and also not not beneficial?
    Thank you for your feedback it’s much appreciated. So like you said the middle option is trying to provide a neutral option. So as a respondent you neither found it beneficial or not beneficial. My wording here wasn't clear enough: apologies! 
  • NollieNollie Posts: 7,511
    Done. I don’t often fill out student surveys because I often find them badly constructed or grammatically appalling, but yours was clear, concise and topical, Henrietta. Thank you also for the prompt clarifications and feedback given to forum members too.
    Mountainous Northern Catalunya, Spain. Hot summers, cold winters.
  • Nollie said:
    Done. I don’t often fill out student surveys because I often find them badly constructed or grammatically appalling, but yours was clear, concise and topical, Henrietta. Thank you also for the prompt clarifications and feedback given to forum members too.
    Thank you very much for taking the time to fill it out and the kind feedback it’s greatly appreciated. 
  • Nice survey @henriettarochelle, made me realize again how great gardening really is!Good luck with your studies. 🙂
  • bullfinch said:
    Nice survey @henriettarochelle, made me realize again how great gardening really is!Good luck with your studies. 🙂
    Thank you for taking the time to complete it! 
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