Proofreading is an essential final stage of the essay writing process which should not be overlooked as a poorly presented piece of work can lose marks. After the effort of finding information and writing the essay, donít lose marks by submitting a work spoiled by spelling and grammatical errors, or that does not adhere to your moduleís requirements. A well-presented essay indicates to your tutor that you care about your work.
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General proofreading involves a careful examination of any piece of document to find mistakes and to correct them. The mistakes include those of grammar, spelling and punctuation. The two topics related to proof reading are copy proofing and fact verification which can be done through are word processor's automatic spell and grammar check. Dissertation-proofreading is another term that involves the same methodology but is actually far beyond the scope of general proofreading. It also usually outwits copy proofing and fact verification.