Set Your Work Aside Before Revising
The term revision is defined by “seeing again” and that is exactly what you should be doing when reviewing your work from a critical perspective and rethinking your argument. It’s not just a process for making corrections, that’s what is known as editing and proofreading. Revision is the chance to make your argument that much more compelling by adding, removing, or rearranging material.
Fully Edit and Proofread the Final
Finally, set your paper aside one more time before you begin the process of making edits and proofreading. You should do each of these separately and with a strong attention to detail. Make line by line edits and always choose direct and concise language over indirect and complicated language. Lastly, proofread your entire assignment checking for spelling errors, grammar errors, and punctuation errors.