How much should I charge to edit a dissertation?
Here’s the short answer: editing a PhD thesis could cost you between $1,800 and $3,600. An MA thesis could cost you between $750 and $1,800. When we do a full edit of a novel or a similar book-length work, we often charge around $600 (in Australian dollars, but it’s roughly equal in USD) to edit each 10,000 words.
How long does it take to proofread a PhD thesis?
Time: Most PGRs underestimate how long it takes to proofread 80,000 words and so it is up to you to plan accordingly to allow enough time for someone to proofread your work. As a general guide allow for at least one month before your submission deadline. If you are not sure how long it will take, ask your proof reader!
What is the difference between proof reading and copy editing?
On the contrary, copyediting is a more in-depth process. This involves not just all the proofreading checks as well as a revision of the text to improve its flow and structure. A proofreader mainly reads the copy of the document for checking consistency and layout of the information.