PROOFREADING ASSIGNMENT: PUTTING FINISHING TOUCHES ON YOUR RESEARCH

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PROOFREADING ASSIGNMENT: PUTTING FINISHING TOUCHES ON YOUR RESEARCH

Time: July 19, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: USA
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Event Type: assignment, help, queensland
Organized By: Lucas
Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2016

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Proofreading is an extremely important part of doing your research thesis. If you are looking for assignment help Australia student help center has gathered simple tips about proofreading which will help you to make sure your assignment is 100% complete and readable. Proofreading may prevent the anxiety of uncertainty before assignment deadline by avoiding mistakes, typographical errors or typos. Proofreading is also a process of ‘watching at the text from the outside’: that may relieve bringing key ideas into coherent consolidation and leads to building concepts that link different parts of the assignment in your mind.

Sometimes the process of proofreading requires allocating time and dedicating additional resources, but these efforts will pay back. Devote at least 1 hour before assignment deadline to re-read your work. For thosewho are looking for assignment help Queensland University specialists advice to put the research paper aside before proofreading. This simple hint deals with human psychology: when you return to the text, it will most likely look differently and you’ll notice difficulties with reading or lack of idea clarity that will mean you have to make some changes or edit wording.

It will be definitely useful to read the work to someone else, but before doing this read the text to yourself and check whether you feel ‘text flowing’: see if concepts are connected between the assignment parts, watch if the paper gives the overall sense and if the writing subject is enough covered. Read your work aloud one more time and focus on every detail from grammar and punctuation to typos or typographical errors. Use the basic rules of punctuation to fulfill the missing commas or full stops: if you make a stop in a sentence for taking a breath, most likely it needs a coma; ending an idea always needs a full stop. It’s better to divide complicated sentences into simple if they involve ideas by using full stops as well.

 

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