In addition to the initial planning, researching, drafting and writing, students are expected to review and edit their own work. In this context, editing will seek to enhance the academic content of the work by rewriting passages of text, for example to improve the readability and clarity of the argument, or by making adjustments to
formulae or code. Accordingly successive drafts of work are likely and these should always be retained by the student. This process should culminate in a stage of proofreading,which identifies any remaining errors of punctuation, grammar, spelling, layout and pagination for final correction.

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University of Leeds was last modified: July 11th, 2016 by Professional Proofreading