PRLog - July 19, 2012 - CARROLLTON, Texas -- Elite Research explains how to edit your own work. Elite Research is a global provider of research design, statistical consulting, and editing. They support academic, corporate, medical/health, and non-profit researchers in designing, collecting, analysing, and reporting efficient and accurate results.
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Editing your own work can be a challenging and difficult task. The best way to accomplish this task is systematically. Elite Research outlines a simplified process to edit your own work.
It is important to edit your work with a clear head. Start by walking away and taking a break from the project. This will allow you to return with a fresh perspective and a new set of eyes. After clearing your head, read the document cover to cover. Don’t use this time to make any changes. Start organizing your thoughts on the big picture; this will make the editing process smoother.
After reading the document, examine the parts of speech (nouns, verbs, and adjectives).Only focus on one part of speech at a time and look for the usage of precise and accurate terms. Is there a way to make it more concise? Next, look at the overall sentence structure. The sentences should be neither too short nor too lengthy. Evaluate your use of emphasis words. Are you overcompensating for ineffective language with exclamation points?
Tone is key in any writing. Think back to when you read the whole document. Was the tone appropriate for the type of writing? This is also a good time to watch for overuse of words. Use a thesaurus to avoid sounding repetitive.
If something doesn’t flow, don’t be afraid to reconstruct it entirely. Big changes are sometimes necessary in the editing process and could make a considerable change in the end result. The last recommended step is to read it out loud. This forces the reader to carefully examine the document and provides a different perspective. This is a good time to list to flow and word choice.
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