To effectively proofread a paper demands an eye for detail and an excellent grasp of language and grammar. After all the hours of hard work the author devoted to writing the paper, the job of the proofreader is to cast a focussed, expert eye over the finer details, whilst avoiding any urge to skim read or make assumptions. This guide provides a list of tips, organizational techniques and planning to help you give the paper and author the review their article deserves.
Download this guide for useful tips and information on proofing a paper, including:
- How to stay focused
- Avoiding assumptions
- Common errors and how to spot them
- Grammatical considerations
- And much more...