Proofreading

When it comes to writing a science paper, you need to convince your readers of your arguments, and follow the format of your journal and the standards of your field.

Our team of editors at Scientific Editing can assist you to express your scientific ideas while following the rules of academic writing, so you can submit your manuscript with confidence.

We can proofread and edit all your research-related documents:

  • Research paper
  • Review paper
  • Thesis
  • Grant or research proposal
  • Academic essay
  • Presentation
  • Poster
  • Cover letter

After proofreading, our experienced editors will return your document free of language errors.


How does it work?

When you submit your document to Scientific Editing, we allocate an editor in your field, or a closely related field. Your editor will correct the mistakes of your document and provide feedback using Word's track changes and comments. Every submission to Scientific Editing includes both proofreading and editing. If need a quick editing service, you can also select our express service for your order.


Our editors ensure that your paper is judged on its Scientific values and not rejected due to typos and grammar errors.


Scientific Editing only employs the best editors in the business. Each of our editors:

  • Has a PhD from an accredited university 
  • Has published research papers in his field
  • Has years of experience in proofreading research papers
  • Is knowledgeable in your field of study
  • Is a native English speaker


We have proofread papers and dissertations for many accredited universities

What we take into account for proofreading

Homonyms: We check for homonyms. Homonyms are words that share the same spelling or pronunciation, but have different meanings. For instance, confusing complement with compliment could be disastrous. Our editor take care of that.

Figure and tables: We check the figure and table numbers. It is not very uncommon to find the figure or table numbers in the text do not match the actual figure or table numbers.

Punctuation: Our editors correct any mistakes related to capitalized words, missing or extra commas, periods, and quotation marks, used incorrectly and so on.

Special fonts: We double check unusual fonts (italic, bold, or otherwise different. Genes, for instance, must be italic while proteins must be regular.

Typos: We check for typos and spelling.

Page number: We carefully review page numbers, footer, and header for accuracy and correct order.

Word choice: Changing your word choice improves your content to a more sophisticated level. If some of your paragraphs begin with the same word, your writing will become boring and it won't be as dynamic as it should be.

Redundant words: When a word is repeated used in your paper or thesis, it compromises the language flow and your reader looses his/her interest in your results. Redundant words will be spotted by Scientific Editing and will be replaced with proper synonyms.

American vs British: Whether you write American or British English, it has to be consistent throughout your paper or thesis.