Proofreading for Students

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Paul Stekla
CEO Proof Reading English

                                                  1) Essays   2) Manuscripts   3) Papers

There is so much added pressure put on students than ever before. Trying to get the right scores can be hard to ascertain. Making your writing error-free can be a difficult objective.

Either studying at school or at university, you should not be prevented from achieving the grades you deserve due to any concerns you may have in regards to spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Do not let these concerns prevent you from your reaching your long-term goals.

If you are submitting academic work or applying for a job our native English proofreaders are happy to amend your documentation, to help you get the best results.


Our Proofreading Process

Stage 1

Firstly we will choice the most appropriate editor for your work. If you have a reference section then the proofreader who is checking your work, will make sure there are no spelling mistakes in the references quoted. This also helps the proofreader to become more familiar with the subject and terminology.

Stage 2

The proofreader, who has been assigned to check your documentation, will then go through your document, correcting any grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and restructuring sentences where the proofreader deems it necessary.

Stage 3

The tracked document will then be sent to the supervising editor who will then review the document and make any further amendments.

Document Complete

In conclusion when our proofreading team is satisfied with the document, we will then send you a copy of the completed version. We will also give constructive feedback on all documents submitted.

Two qualified English Native Proofreaders Will Check Your Documentation!!!


What Is Proofreading?

In layman's terms proofreading is checking written documentation for errors of punctuation, spelling and grammar.

In addition it can encompass pointing out omissions, and repetition and incorrect shifts in the style of writing.

Such errors can be tricky to spot in your own work because you may read what you planned to write, not what is actually on the page.

Therefore a proofreader, who checks your work, will use careful consideration, skill, judgment, knowledge and years of proofreading experience to make sure your work if of the highest standard.