What is revision?
revision is the checking of a text for orthographic, grammatical and typographical errors. Professional revision often improves formatting and expression, but not style. The aim of revision is to produce an error-free text.
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FAQ: More questions about revision
revision or text correction involves checking a text with regard to
spelling mistakes and errors in punctuation and grammar with subsequent correction.
The costs for revisions vary from provider to provider. For revision of a standard page, you usually pay between £3.00 and £5.75. A standard page contains 1,500 characters including spaces and footnotes.
The profession is called proofreader.
Yes, revisions and editing of term papers, bachelor theses or master theses is legal. Revision and editing do not change the author’s own academic performance.
Revision involves revising a text with regard to punctuation, grammar and spelling mistakes, while editing additionally involves improving the style and content.
You should allow approximately one to two weeks for the revision of a scientific paper, depending on its length. This way, friends, fellow students or professional proofreaders still have enough time to correct the text.
VG WORT has set the text volume of a standard page at 1,500 characters including spaces. Revision prices are often based on the number of standard pages.