Not once as a student are you expected to create anything that could have value to anyone in the real world.
This has two consequences:
1) All the feedback you recieve is arbitrary and meaningless. 2) The rewards you get for completing the menial tasks are fake.
Your professor is paid to grade your work and give you feedback.
You are paying for someone who doesn't actually want to read what you've done to give you feedback on something that has no value.
Nothing you create in school has any real world value, so grades, certificates and diplomas are little more than fake rewards for fake learning.
Learners should focus on creating things for people in the real world - people facing real economic constraints who are looking for valuable services to help them solve problems.
When someone who faces real world economic constraints (time constraints, budget constraints...) chooses to purchase your creative output, that is a strong signal that you have created something that has value.
When you create something that people actually want, you don't need to pay them to give you feedback - people will give it to you for free (whether you like it or not)!