Essay, document, article, thesis, CV and IELTS writing proofreading service provided by two experienced professionals - Teacher and Geoscientist. All levels covered -business, university, college.
This service is designed to help you improve your writing, assess your strengths and give you corrections and feedback.
One piece of work can be submitted per proofreading lesson / service. We will provide this lesson via email once you have emailed your work.
I am a qualified teacher with experience teaching and tutoring both in schools and colleges and online. I use my expertise and training obtained from UCL Institute of Education, the number one teacher training institution in the world. I have knowledge of the English undergraduate and postgraduate programs and can assist you with your writing, advice and support for your course. I have helped a number of my students achieve places at British colleges and universities.
My business partner and proofreading expert is a UK based Geoscience Consultant. He has a Master’s Degree in Petroleum Geology from the University of Aberdeen and was a double award winner for both of his under-graduate theses at Newcastle University. He has over 35 years of global geoscience, technical innovation and business experience.
Proofreading Expertise - In his roles both as a Geoscience Consultant and former Technical Director, proofreading is critical in maintaining the scientific integrity of every exploration project and geoscience product.
As a result, he has extensive proofreading experience in the following areas: • Scientific reports • Client technical presentations • Staff peer reviews • Development of training courses • Business development proposals • Contracts and terms of engagements • Sales and marketing presentations • Project management, best practice, workflow and quality control documentation • Conference presentations • Academic publications • Editorial role Publication and Editorial Experience - He has written numerous academic articles for both scientific publications and conference technical sessions over the years; he has also worked as a technical sub-editor for the Geological Society of London.