Our proofreading service is all about making sure you can communicate your meaning as clearly and effectively as possible. This makes it great for putting a final polish on your work. Whether you’re submitting an academic paper or publishing a book, our proofreaders have you covered.
What Our Proofreading Services Include
Our professional proofreading service includes the following:
Correcting grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors
Tweaking sentences to ensure that they flow smoothly
Adapting vocabulary to suit the document type and purpose
Removing repetition and editing for concision
Fixing inconsistencies, including in capitalisation and punctuation
Highlighting unclear sentences and suggesting corrections
Where applicable, checking that citations and references are clear and correct
Make sure your writing is the best it can be with our expert English proofreading and editing
A Dedicated Team
Of Expert Editors Working 24/7, 365 Days A Year
We pair you with the perfect proofreader based on your document type and subject matter. This ensures that you’re always matched with an editor ideally suited to your writing.
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How We Work
You’ll never miss a deadline with our speedy services: our Next-Day Guarantee means we’ll return any document up to 8,000 words long within 24 hours.
And if you need a faster turnaround, simply select your desired delivery speed when you submit your document. We have three options:
We can also meet custom deadlines! Just let us know what you need.
* For documents up to 8,000 words
** For documents up to 3,000 words
Our pricing is affordable and transparent – the cost is based on the exact length of your document. Check out our pricing calculator for an instant quote, and rest assured that you’ll receive the highest quality proofreading and editing for the best value on the market.
All Major Formats
Our system supports over 15 document formats, making it easy to submit content for proofreading and editing. Click the link below to find out more about how we’ll work with your document.
You may have heard both of these terms, but how are they different? Technically, copy editing differs from proofreading in the traditional sense. In the old days:
‘Proofreading’ meant checking a printed proof. This ‘proof’ was an early version of a typeset text, so all a proofreader would do is look for typos.
‘Copy editing’ was the last step in the editing process before a text was typeset. It usually involved editing a document so that it followed a specific style guide.
This distinction is looser with most modern proofreading services. For example, we combine traditional proofreading with some elements of copy editing. But proofreading is always about making minor changes.
If you’re looking for more extensive changes to your writing, we also offer an editing service.