Revising, editing, and proofreading are the most important steps in college writing, but they are steps many beginning college writers are tempted to skip. Don’t be one of those! Students who don’t revise, edit, or proofread often turn in great ideas, but in a form that is hard to understand or that just isn’t up to the standard of formal academic work. These steps don’t have to be hard, but they can make a huge difference in what your work says about you and how you are perceived. They can also make a huge difference in your grades!
Author: Jenny Crisp