FAQs

Frequently asked questionsFrequently asked questions

  1. What do ‘proofreading’ and ‘light editing’ mean?

Proofreading is reading through a text to check for and correct technical errors (spelling, punctuation, grammar). Light               editing is improving the formatting, style, and choice of vocabulary to suit the context and level of the text.

          2. Who does the writing, proofreading and copy-editing?

I do almost everything myself – that way I can be sure of the quality! However, at busy times I call on the services of a                     small team of equally experienced and expert graduates.

          3. Will you research and write my coursework/essay/dissertation/thesis for me?

No – but I will gladly proofread and light edit your work.

          4. Can you write different types of letters?

Absolutely! Just ask away…

          5. Who produces the data packages?

Not me personally!  I have considerable experience of using data to raise attainment in schools, but do not have the necessary technical expertise to put               together bespoke data products. My data team  is led by an expert in Excel who has not only undertaken highly-acclaimed work for a number of                               secondary and primary schools but  has held senior positions in the Head Offices of well-known  international companies like Burberry and Accurist.

6.  How long does it take to do the work?

Usually, we aim to complete your work within 5 working days, but it does depend on the nature of the task. We can offer a speedier delivery if necessary.

         7.  How do I pay?

Either by PayPal or bank transfer.

         8. What happens if I’m not satisfied with the work?

We’re sure you will be! And we can redraft and refine until you are satisfied.

        9. What happens to my personal details once you’ve finished the project? 

We will never share your details with a third party, and will only keep them on our own system with your permission.

       10.  What happens to the work you do for me?

The piece of work itself is your  property for you to do with what you want. We will not use it for anyone else, nor will we show it to anyone else. (We                     do need to remind you that plagiarism is not permitted by universities, colleges or examination boards and we do not condone it; any proofreading and                 light editing we do for you is merely a tool for you to improve your own style.)