We offer a high quality UK PhD proofreading service. Are you looking for an experienced, native English PhD proofreader or editor to polish your PhD writing? At LondonProofreaders we specialise in all PhD subject areas.
Two expert native English editors will check your PhD thesis. When you are writing a PhD thesis you may not see errors that you have made. This is where our service can be very helpful.
Our editors with their years of experience can spot errors in your thesis. We guarantee to improve your PhD thesis by means of a thorough review and correct not just the basics but the choice of words, tone and style. Furthermore, we are known for being well-versed in PhD editing requirements.
We understand that availing of a proofreading service on a PhD thesis can be costly. With this in mind we have a flexible pricing structure with two levels of service.
Proofreading only is for clients who just need to address basic errors of spelling, grammar, punctuation and basic sentence structure. Two proofreaders check your work. It costs £10.00 per 1,000 words. *This service needs to be ordered by email*
Our standard service (which can be ordered through the website for PhDs under 50,000 words here, if your document is over 50,000 words, please fill in this form to order) is more in-depth. Simply put, it is a proofreading and copyediting service. It covers everything in the proofreading-only service (grammar, spelling, punctuation) as well as capitalisation and editing sentence structure, word choice, academic style and tone and flagging repetition. Two proofreaders check your work. It costs £12.00 per 1,000 words.
We use the Track Changes feature in Microsoft Word so that you will see all of the amendments that we have made.
Our service is 100% secure and confidential and within university policy guidelines. Furthermore, we comply with the Data Protection Act.
Our editors are all experienced native British academics with extensive editing and proofreading experience. We have an ‘excellent’ rating on Trustpilot.
We offer a truly consultative approach. We offer email support to help you with whatever questions you may have and we take the time to clearly outline the payment and proofreading process. Furthermore, we are empathetic as we understand the pressure of deadlines and the fact that a doctorate is the culmination of years of hard work and writing. We care as much as you do about the quality and resulting success of your thesis.
We are an online business which means our overheads are lower than companies with large offices and desk-bound staff. Thus, we can pass these savings on to you and offer the best quality at an affordable price.
Our rates are extremely competitive and we do not compromise on quality. Compared to other online proofreading services we are up to 40% less expensive.
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Our Trust Pilot page is here. Our rating is 4.8/5 stars.
Below are some recent testimonials from PhD students who have used our PhD proofreading service:
I used London Proofreaders for my PhD in Psychology. My whole thesis was reviewed and return back to me efficiently within a 10 day turnaround. I had a tight deadline, which the team was able to accommodate. Each chapter was thoroughly read and amended by two proofreaders. I was very pleased with the overall outcome of proofreading service and quality of work produced. I feel like my PhD is now structured and written in a professional manner. Highly recommendable and trust worthy! Neda M., University of Manchester
I was really under time pressure to have my PhD edited…The team at London Proofreaders replied promptly and we had a very smooth operation. They were quite accommodating of my time constraints, Their work was very professional and was not compromised by time pressure and their charges were quite fair. I would recommend their services to anyone looking for editing services. Naomi M., University College Dublin