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  • 4th October 2019

Over 500 Master’s Dissertations Proofread In August And September

Our busiest two months to date, with 20 million words checked.


Proofed has checked more than 20 million words during August and September. Why so busy? Because students and researchers trust us with their work. As such, we’ve had over 500 master’s degree dissertations and theses to proofread in the last two months.

Our popularity with grad students is rooted in our approach to proofreading. Our team, for example, includes graduates from every academic field, so we can match you with a proofreader who knows your subject area. We also have an unbeatable understanding of academic writing, from vocabulary to referencing.

In addition, our specialist student proofreading service is designed to abide by college plagiarism guidelines. This means students can get their written work checked with complete confidence.

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Proofed’s reputation for excellence continues to spread, too, with these last two months the busiest in our history. Co-Founder and CEO Adam Harvey is pleased with this trend: “We want to say a huge thank you to all our loyal customers. Proofed began as an academic proofreading company and this is still core to what we do. It is great to think that we’ve worked with customers across their studies, from undergraduate papers right through to PhD theses. We’re thrilled to help such talented academics express themselves in writing and fulfill their potential.”

And as well as students and academics, Proofed works with businesses and authors. So no matter what type of writing you’re doing, we have editors who can help.

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