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We do require all customers to pay for proofreading and editing services before work begins on your document. For customers who have a long relationship with Supaproofread, we may consider accepting payment after proofreading and editing.
Yes. We offer all work submitted to us by academics and researchers at a discounted price, which is a similar discount that we offer students. Whether you are a first year undergraduate student, an international Master's student, a PhD graduate finalising your thesis, or a lecturer wanting a final proof of your article before submission to an editor, you will all pay a similar amount per word.
Yes, of course. Supaproofread is a global company and provides proofreading, editing and translation services for people all around the world. As long as you have a valid debit/credit card or a PayPal/Google checkout account, you can use our services.
Well, it all depends on which turn-around time you select. We offer 12-hour, 24-hour, and 3, 5 and 7-day turnaround times. The quicker the turnaround, the sooner the document will be returned to you. All documents are returned to customers within their chosen timeframe by our server. Therefore, if you submit your document at 12noon on Monday with a 24-hour turnaround, then you will receive it by 12 noon on Tuesday (UTC time).
Our website is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our proofreaders and editors are based all around the world, so we can accept work anytime. Our support centre is open from 10am to 4pm (GMT) Monday to Friday.
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In short, no. Proofreading is a final check of a student's academic work, with minor tweaks to a piece that is more or less finished. Proofreading corrects punctuation and grammar, but we don't make any changes to the content or structure of the document. Many lecturers in academia recommend that students have their work proofread by another individual. This advice applies whether the proofreading is conducted by a friend or a professional proofreader from Supaproofread.com.
Here are some common arguments for proofreading:
Work submitted by students often contain many errors, spelling and grammar mistakes. Wouldn't it be preferable if nearly all of these errors were eliminated and you were able to clearly read a student's thoughts and arguments?
Should we consider all books and journal articles to be plagiarised, given that nearly all these sources have been proofread and edited at some stage, and generally by a professional such as a Supaproofread editor.