Life Skills are considered a critical aspect in engineering practice. Not only are these skills needed in order for an individual to get a job, but also to still remain employable. Despite all the efforts that have been done in trying to improve Life Skills assessment, the impact of its implementation in Brunei Darussalam still remains elusive. This study aims to help students develop these skills by integrating feedback within their assessments. Two groups were compared and analyzed during 4 weeks activity to see the impact of this strategy. Using both quantitative and qualitative method, the study sampled 48 students and 2 teachers with a Mechanical Engineering background.