Editing and proofreading misses the final grammatical, orthographic and linguistic fine-tuning of your thesis. This can noticeably improve your grade. However, there are differences between editing and proofreading.
What is a proofreading?
The proofreading will check texts regarding grammar, spelling, style, typography, factual accuracy and punctuation. Formal errors are eliminated and the text is checked for typing and clerical errors.
A proofreading is useful if your term paper, seminar paper, bachelor thesis or master thesis is already round in content and language. The proofreading is used, if your study work still lacks comprehensible formulations, reader friendliness, structure and factual clarity.
What is a copy-editing?
In proofreading the proofreading is already included. However, the proofreading goes a step further, because it checks the overall language level. In addition to the optimization of grammar, punctuation and spelling are also wordings, vocabulary, different spellings and repetitions examined in the text.
Especially in scientific papers, the coherence of the citation method, the consistency of the spelling and uniform abbreviations are extremely important. Within the editing department, these aspects are controlled and standardized.
Also the scientific style, the logical consistency of the argument as well as the syntax checks the editing and pays attention to filler words, redundancies and repetitions. It thus includes a content and stylistic processing, which can also be detected plagiarism.
As a ghostwriter, I also offer you these services in addition to the preparation of sample templates and scientific coaching. The ghostwriter prices are based on the claim, scope and time horizon of the work to be corrected.