OUR SERVICES & RATES

 

Magnum Proofreading offers its customers four options to ensure that you get the proofreading service you need without paying more than you should.

After your document has been proofread, you will receive two Microsoft Word documents. One document will have Word’s Track Changes feature enabled so that you can review all the changes made throughout the proofreading process. The other file will contain a clean document, allowing you to see what the finished product looks like.

 

 

HUMAN SPELLCHECK: $5.00/1000 WORDS

 

Who is this service for?

The Human Spellcheck Proofreading Service is for you if you speak English fluently. Ideally, you have already had your document edited (self-editing counts). You’re happy with what you have, but you want to be 100% sure that there are no glaring spelling or grammatical errors in your work before you submit it.

 

Basic requirements

For your document to qualify for this service, it should:

· Be written or edited by a native English speaker.

· Contain no more than an average of two errors per paragraph.

· Contain small errors that can be easily fixed (e.g., typos, missing commas).

 

What’s included?

When you order the Human Spellcheck service, your proofreader will revise all egregious errors in your work. Advanced language issues (e.g., ambiguity, repetition, weak adjectives, wordiness, vagueness) will not be addressed.

Specific errors that will be fixed by your proofreader include:

· Spelling mistakes

· Egregious grammatical errors (e.g., incorrect subject-verb agreement)

· Clearly incorrect choice of words

· Incorrect punctuation

 

 

 

 

ECONOMIC PROOFREADING SERVICE: $9.00/1000 WORDS

 

Who is this service for?

If you do not speak English as your first language and do not have a lot of money to spend on proofreading, this is the service for you. Even if your document contains many errors, your writing will be perfectly grammatical and logical when it is returned to you.

This service is also the best choice for native English speakers who have done only some light editing to their work so far.

 

Basic requirements

For your document to qualify for this service, it should:

· Be written by an author whose English is relatively good.

· Not contain too many errors that require full sentences to be completely restructured.

 

What’s included?

When you order the Economic Proofreading Service, your proofreader will revise all egregious errors in your work. Many advanced language issues will also be resolved.

Specific errors that will be fixed by your proofreader include:

· Spelling mistakes

· Egregious grammatical errors (e.g., incorrect subject-verb agreement)

· Incorrect choice of words

· Incorrect punctuation

· Wordiness

· Weak, missing, or unnecessary transitional phrases.

· Paragraphs that are too long.

· Any other small errors that might harm the chances of your work being accepted.

Specific errors that will be flagged by your proofreader for you to resolve include:

· Sentences that need to be restructured to improve clarity/readability

· Sentences with incomprehensible meanings

· Inconsistencies (e.g., if a term is sometimes abbreviated and sometimes spelled out)

· Any other small issues that could be resolved to refine your writing.

 

 

 

 

STANDARD PROOFREADING SERVICE: $15.00/1000 WORDS

 
Who is this service for?

This is our most popular service. The Standard Proofreading Service is ideal if your English is not very good but you’re submitting your work to a journal that has strict language requirements. You need someone to transform your words into a clear, concise, and professional-sounding piece of writing.

For most authors, this service will ensure that their article will not be rejected by a journal due to poor English.

 

Basic requirements

For your document to qualify for this service, it should:

· Not be directly translated from a different language into English.

· Not contain many sentences whose intended meaning cannot be determined.

 

What’s included?

When you order the Standard Proofreading Service, your proofreader will resolve ALL language-related mistakes in your document. However, sentences or paragraphs whose intended meaning/purpose cannot be determined will be flagged for you to fix.

Specific errors that will be fixed by your proofreader include:

· Spelling mistakes

· Egregious grammatical errors (e.g., incorrect subject-verb agreement)

· Incorrect punctuation

· All advanced language issues (e.g., ambiguity, repetition, weak adjectives, wordiness, vagueness)

· Sentences that need to be reworded to improve clarity/readability

· Sentences or paragraphs that are too long

· Inconsistencies (e.g., if a term is sometimes abbreviated and sometimes spelled out)

· Any other issues that might prevent your work from being accepted due to poor English

Specific errors that will be flagged by your proofreader for you to resolve include:

· Sentences with incomprehensible meanings

Also, you will be provided with a proofreading certificate upon request at no extra charge.

 

 

 

 

FULL PROOFREADING SERVICE: $46.00/1000 WORDS

 

Who is this service for?

This is the perfect service for you if your English is very weak but you need to submit a research article to a journal with stringent English language requirements. Selecting the Full Proofreading Service guarantees that your work will not be rejected even if your English is very poor.

 

Basic requirements

There are no requirements for this service. Your document will be accepted no matter what type of errors — or how many errors — it contains.

 

What’s included?

When you order the Full Proofreading Service, your proofreader will resolve ALL language-related issues in your document.

Initially, sentences with unclear meanings will be flagged for you to address, with suggestions offered wherever possible. After you have made the requested changes, your document will be proofread again at no extra charge. You will be entitled to unlimited re-edits until no more errors are present in your document.

Specific errors that will be fixed by your proofreader include:

· Spelling mistakes

· Egregious grammatical errors (e.g., incorrect subject-verb agreement)

· Incorrect punctuation

· All advanced language issues (e.g., ambiguity, repetition, weak adjectives, wordiness, vagueness)

· Sentences with incomprehensible meanings

· Full sentences that need to be reworded to improve clarity/readability

· Paragraphs or sentences that are too long

· Inconsistencies (e.g., if a term is sometimes abbreviated and sometimes spelled out)

· Any other issues that might prevent your work from being accepted due to poor English

Also, you will be provided with a proofreading certificate upon request at no extra charge.