Paid English Proofreading of My Dissertation

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Klyukva
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Hi,

I am a PhD student and I need someone to proof-read 3 chapters from my dissertation in English. I am non-native English speaker. So, I would like a native or near native English speaking proofreader.
I am happy give the chapters to 2 or 3 people to proofread. I need them to be done till the end of July.

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I will pay via bank transfer. My rate is £12 per 1,000 words.

One chapter has 3,867 words, another 17,720 words and a third 2,500 words.

Topic:
History

So if you are interested, please send me a message with your academic background and some kind of proof that you are a native speaker (e.g. a British passport - your ID number and birthday can be blurred) or a language skills certificate.

Have a good break!
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Hi there,

I was wondering if you are still looking for a proof reader? I am currently in a gap year and will study English Lit next year. I am a native English speaker and I have experience proof reading. I am also very available at the moment so I would likely be quicker at getting your chapters back to you than most.

I hope to hear from you, Laura
P.S. If you are still interested, I can send you a picture of my passport to prove I am a British National.


(Original post by Klyukva)
Hi,

I am a PhD student and I need someone to proof-read 3 chapters from my dissertation in English. I am non-native English speaker. So, I would like a native or near native English speaking proofreader.
I am happy give the chapters to 2 or 3 people to proofread. I need them to be done till the end of July.

Payment:
I will pay via bank transfer. My rate is £12 per 1,000 words.

One chapter has 3,867 words, another 17,720 words and a third 2,500 words.

Topic:
History

So if you are interested, please send me a message with your academic background and some kind of proof that you are a native speaker (e.g. a British passport - your ID number and birthday can be blurred) or a language skills certificate.

Have a good break!
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