Your written work may be interesting, well structured and informed. Yet it may still make a bad impression because of poor proof reading.
Part of your assessment will usually relate to the standard of your written English. It's important to pay attention to things like tenses, gender, plurals and the structure of your sentences, especially if you have rewritten or moved sections of your work. It's easy to lose marks - but it's also easy to make sure you don't.
This brief guide offers ten brief tips to help you to proof read your work as effectively as possible.
|Please note: we cannot proof read your work for you, or recommend professional proof reading services. It is always better for you to learn how to do your own proof reading, as only you know what you were trying to say - also you will not learn from your mistakes if you just pay someone else to correct it. It may be useful to see the University's policy on the use of editorial and proof-reading services.|