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Masters/PhD/Research Fellows - if you required assistance with typing your thesis/dissertation (perhaps not native English speaking or struggle with writing eg dyslexia) or you would like it reviewed to check for formatting, spelling and grammar - where would you look? Online? Uni noticeboards? Library? etc .
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I'm an undergrad and use Grammarly to check all my uni essays. I'm so bad for missing things when proofreading but Grammarly picks up everything and will make really accurate corrections. It's free too.
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Online or I'd ask coworkers specialising in proofreading & editing.
I do quite a bit of voluntary reviewing, typing, proofreading and copy-editing for independent authors/public relations agents/publishers/students & academics.
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