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Can you be your own dissertation editor?

D_Canard
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12/5/2014 4:30:50 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
I was forced to post this question since past 1 week I have been trying to proofread my work and throughout this week, I have got it reviewed by 3 of my senior writers. I completely rely on their expertise to review and evaluate my work. I had received their comments and suggestions but there have been portions where the Online Language and Grammar Correction tools are pointing out huge issues is my writing. With this, I thought of seeking help online here: 24x7editing. But I'm confused if this is really needed? What would you readers suggest me on this?
D_Canard
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12/5/2014 4:35:45 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
Please give your suggestions as early as possible as my submission is due for next week.
At 12/5/2014 4:30:50 AM, D_Canard wrote:
I was forced to post this question since past 1 week I have been trying to proofread my work and throughout this week, I have got it reviewed by 3 of my senior writers. I completely rely on their expertise to review and evaluate my work. I had received their comments and suggestions but there have been portions where the Online Language and Grammar Correction tools are pointing out huge issues is my writing. With this, I thought of seeking help online here: http://www.24x7editing.com.... But I'm confused if this is really needed? What would you readers suggest me on this?
Christina9
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12/8/2014 6:05:52 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
Hello!

I can understand your situation. I was sailing in the same boat 4 months back. English is not my first language and so, I was facing a horrible time in editing my dissertation as per my university guidelines. On top of it, my supervisor is very rough and not at all helpful, which means my work is entirely my own responsibility. I therefore hired a professional editor from http://www.regentediting.co.uk...
and was relieved when I received my edited work from them. There were tons of mistakes which were eliminated.
reneebetrand
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2/21/2015 1:05:19 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
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AnnaJ1
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4/14/2017 9:47:32 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
Although I'm not a native English speaker I was quite confident about my English. Since my dissertation supervisor is a native speaker I decided to have my dissertation proofread. Just to be sure.

The result was not what I expected. Tons of changes and lots of feedback. My English was not as good as I thought ... :D I also learned a lot from the changes the editor made.

So I would definitely recommend using an academic proofreading service instead of proofreading it yourself. I used this service: https://www.scribbr-proofreading.co.uk... . They had great reviews, look trustworthy and are cheaper than the others. I was amazed by their speedy delivery and the changes they made. So you might want to give it a try ;-)
robwillson
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4/14/2017 12:02:48 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
Of course, you can!
You must be competent and attentive.
Also, you can contact professionals who have worked as editors for many years, they easily and quickly edit your thesis
I used this service http://thesiseditor.weebly.com....
I am very pleased with the work of the editor because my work was one of the best among the students