Proofreading Tool is a free, intelligent, software-driven, online proofreader.
The multi-colored highlights scattered throughout your document show you where Proofreading Tool found a suggestion or a potential issue. Click within the highlighted areas to find out what kind of potential issues have been found.
Whether it’s a college application essay, a writing assignment or a term paper, our editors strengthen your essay’s style by improving your sentence structure, word choice and consistency.
Your editor will improve your spelling, grammar and punctuation, checking for mistakes such as misused words, misplaced commas, incorrect word order, and inconsistent tenses.
Cambridge Proofreading LLC’s experienced editors are available 24/7 to proofread and edit your essays, papers, and other documents. Our service is affordable, confidential, easy to order, and backed by our Cambridge Quality Guarantee. Our team proofread essays and reports for students and academics from all over the world. You can read reviews from our customers on TrustPilot here.
Please be aware that while our service has helped thousands of authors achieve publication, we cannot guarantee that your paper will meet the English language requirements of your target journal. If your reviewers have suggested that your paper needs comprehensive language revision, you may need to consider a ‘substantive editing service’. This typically involves major rewriting and restructuring (albeit at a cost of three to five times that of a proofreading and editing service).
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Improve your grades
You’ve worked hard to write a good assignment. It has been through a few revisions, and you’re ready to submit it to your instructor. Before you turn in your final draft, though, it’s a good idea to have a professional proofreader take a look at it. Our experts catch typos, repair broken grammar, fix misspellings, and solve problems.
Prepare the final draft of your essay for submission. We will polish your work to clean up any spelling, grammar, or typographical errors, and make sure your citations and references comply with a style guide.