FAQs

Read Review is a dynamic new company with the aim to remove mistakes from all written work. We deliver a low-cost yet effective service over and above our competition who we feel charge far too much for what they offer. 

As a peer to peer service we have a network of proof readers that are trusted by us and give the flexibility to deliver your written work at a lower cost.

 

Your work will usually be proofread by a Masters student or PhD candidate. We carefully vet our proof readers and always ensure we are delivering a high quality service.

Transparency is something that means a lot to us so we will always send you a profile of the proofreader who has looked over your work.

Absolutely anything! We proofread essays from any subject, cover letters, CVs and dissertations. If you have any specific questions about work you would like to have proofread, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Yes! The service we offer is fully compliant with university policy as we do not alter inaccuracies in academic content.

You must understand that we will never be able to critique and edit the content of your essay as this is classed as plagiarism. Read Review is a transparent service that operates fully within university guidelines and so can only support you through the proofreading described above.

We have tried to keep the pricing as simple as possible. Please head over to our pricing page to find out more.

If you require a custom quote, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact page!

We currently only offer a proofreading service which covers spelling, grammar and readability but we are keen to expand our services in the near future.

Absolutely! Read Review’s aim is to create a supportive network of proofreaders and students. If you would like to become a proofreader please get in touch. 

In order to become a proofreader you will have to proofread a test essay to an accuracy of 95%+. This sounds tough, but it ensures that our high standard of proofreading is maintained. 

The short answer is unfortunately not. 

The word count will fluctuate depending on the errors corrected but we can’t risk changing the meaning of your work by reducing the word count.

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