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10 Reasons Why You Should Study in the UK

The first consideration when thinking about studying is the subject area you wish to study. Usually that’s the easy part, but deciding where you should study can be difficult and confusing, especially if you intend to study abroad. In this article we will give you 10 reasons why studying in the UK is the perfect

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Common Mistakes in Written English

People are the same everywhere. Whether you receive work from the west or the east, from America or China, from Dublin, Dundee or Humberside, the same mistakes are made. Of course, if no mistakes were made then there wouldn’t be the need for proofreaders. Here are some of the common errors made by authors. Let’s

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What is Proofreading?

A lot of people don’t understand why proofreaders and editors exist; after all, English isn’t really that important, is it?  Well, this common misconception is just that, a fallacy about how important the process is.  But, I believe it’s down to the fact that most people just don’t understand the process and many ask what

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Managing Your Dissertation Time Through the Summer

Being a university student enrolled in a masters’ degree program can be challenging for anyone, let alone if you are concentrating on your final degree paper of the year: your master’s dissertation.  Not only will you have worked very hard on the planning, design and research processes, but you will also be socialising with your

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Dissertation Proofreading and Editing Explained

Well, it’s that time again for undergraduate students in the UK and abroad to submit your dissertation research paper to your academic institution. At Supaproofread, we want to remind you that all of those endless nights spent in front of your computer screen shouldn’t be thrown away without hiring a dissertation proofreading service to review

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Using APA Referencing in Practice

Writing academic papers will require a referencing style; Michael has touched on the use of Chicago, MLA and APA in the past but in this post I’m going to explain and outline the APA referencing system. APA stands for the American Psychological Association and their referencing style is very common. I’ll cover off UK and

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Interviewing a Subject

It has struck me that having to interview a subject as part of an assignment is something that is not as straight forward as I thought. Interviewing someone for a job is not the same as interviewing a subject that you are then going to use to write up a piece, and in either case,

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Do You Have Your Writer’s Voice?

Read a paragraph from one of your favourite novel writer – then do the same with another. Can you tell the difference between the two? I like science fiction and Iain Banks is a favourite. I also like John Grisham novels when I’m on a transatlantic flight. the two writing styles are very different irrespective

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National Union of Journalists

Why I have never used their site I do not know – I stumbled upon it quite by accident and spent several hours tracing through the links and resources they have. You can find the site here. The link is to the media resources for the London freelancers part of the site, but this itself

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